When they returned to the office, CHFA wanted fair, equitable parking. They chose to remove parking allocations and make most parking available to any employees coming into the office. To manage this transition, CHFA implemented Parkable.
Prior to Parkable, 22 car parks in Spring Hill, Brisbane were periodically leased. Now, they are occupied by paying members of the public 84% of the time. This means consistent revenue from an otherwise underutilised asset.
Using the Parkable app, humm group employees with an allocated park share their spot with colleagues when they’re away from the office. This ensures that parks won’t sit empty, and other staff can check the app and book a park in advance.
Savills' multi-tenant commercial property in Sydney had 40 unleased parks. Using Parkable, Savills’ tenants can pay to park on a casual basis, and instead of sitting vacant, the parks are now 85% occupied.
In in June 2021, Datacom lost 100 staff parking spots, leaving them in a tricky situation: they needed to accommodate the same number of employees with half the parking space. To ease the transition, they implemented Parkable.
Financial advice company Stewart Group installed four electric vehicle chargers in their staff car park and has implemented Parkable’s EV charger software to manage them.
Over the past few decades, what ‘parking management system’ refers to has transformed. Once, all it meant was a parking attendant clipping tickets and taking cash. Today, it includes computer vision, software apps, automation and IoT.
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Over the past four years, Eden Business Park in Auckland has been using Parkable to fill their excess car parks. Around 170 of their parks aren’t leased to tenants, and would otherwise sit empty.