Parkopedia to provide highly automated payments directly from the in-car dashboard

Posted by Parkopedia News on 06 January 2020 07:36:47 GMT
  • Parkopedia and EasyPark to provide seamless on-demand in-car parking payments to Mercedes-Benz drivers;
  • Service is now available in over 200 cities in Germany and is rolling-out across Europe;
  • Drivers accessing EasyPark-enabled locations can pay for parking using the Mercedes-Benz in-car system and the Mercedes me© app.

Munich - 6 January 2020

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Topics: Parking, Daimler, On-street, Mercedes Benz, On-demand payments, Germany, Cashless, Payment

Parkopedia und EasyPark: Partnerschaft für automatisiertes Bezahlen von Parkvorgängen direkt im Auto in-car dashboard

Posted by Parkopedia News on 06 January 2020 07:36:11 GMT
  • Für Mercedes-Benz-Fahrer: Einfache Zahlung fürs Parken direkt aus dem Auto
  • Service in über 200 deutschen Städten verfügbar. Einführung in weiteren europäischen Städten geplant
  • Fahrer können an EasyPark-fähigen Standorten mit dem Mercedes-Benz In-Car-System und der Mercedes.me-App bezahlen 

München, 06. Januar 2019 – Mit ihrer Kooperation ermöglichen Parkopedia und EasyPark, zwei der weltweit führenden Parkdienstleister, es Fahrern, ihre Parkgebühren automatisiert mit ihrem MercedesPay-Account zu bezahlen. Dieser neue „On-Demand“ Park-Service bietet Autofahrern eine einfache und bequeme Lösung zum Bezahlen ihrer Parkgebühren direkt aus dem Auto mittels des Single-Sign-On-Accounts beim Autohersteller.

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Topics: Parking, Daimler, On-street, Mercedes Benz, On-demand payments, Germany, Cashless, Payment

Cashless economies and the effect on parking

Posted by Paul Fazzino, CTO on 14 August 2019 11:44:47 BST

Paul Fazzino_cropped-1It is predicted that Sweden will become the world’s first cashless society, and half of Swedish retailers are expected to stop accepting cash by 2025. UK Finance recently reported that almost seven out of ten people in the UK are using contactless payments, although debit cards remain the most frequent method of payment, making up 38% of all UK transactions in 2018. Almost half the world’s digital payments in 2017 were made in China, where consumers can pay for a wide variety of purchases through their smartphones using apps or QR codes.

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Topics: Parking, Cost, Parkopedia Research, Cashless, Payment