Over the past six months, our dev team has been hard at work adding a new product to the Parkable platform. We’ve always believed that electric vehicles have an important part to play in the future of mobility, and know that the headaches associated with EV charger management can prevent companies from installing them.
That’s why we developed an EV charger management solution - to make electric vehicle charging simple and transparent for both EV drivers and administrators.
For businesses and administrators, EV chargers can pose a complex management problem. How can they track charger usage? Can they prevent non-EVs from parking in the charger spots without time-intensive monitoring? What’s the easiest and fairest way to charge staff and visitors for charging their EV? How can they make it easier for EV drivers to book a charger, so they don’t show up frustrated with a low battery and nowhere to charge?
These difficulties can make EV chargers seem like more hassle than they’re worth.
Luckily, Parkable’s EV charger management system removes all of those admin headaches.
Parkable’s EV charger management software makes it easy for organisations to monitor, manage and monetise their EV chargers.
Parkable has been solving problems for businesses in Auckland for two years. It's an app that dynamically matches your parking real estate with parkers.
I flew to Melbourne to attend and speak at the 2020 Facilities Management Summit, where the focus was on digital technology and human experience. Here are my four top takeaways from the conference.
Calling all electricians and EV charger installers! Get an edge on the competition by pairing smart EV chargers with Parkable's EV charger software. Offer easy payments and management to your clients.
At Dentsu Aegis’s Diversity & Inclusion Council meetings, parking was continuously brought up as a source of frustration among staff. Not only was parking impacting staff satisfaction, but it was impacting workplace efficiency as well.
Aurecon has around 250 staff at its Newmarket office. However, with just 58 on-site parking spots, staff and visitors were struggling to park. Aurecon has now launched Parkable to improve their parking experience!
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When RB had its staff car park reduced, it was concerned they would have to remove access from some employees, or find another to lease. With Parkable, no employee misses out on parking, and RB has no additional lease costs.
When Fulton Hogan in Brisbane changed their office lease, parking spots were suddenly scarce. To increase staff satisfaction and optimise their car parks, Fulton Hogan launched Parkable.
You can only do better with what you measure. This mantra is true in all lines of work, and with all kinds of resources - including car parks.