Both Savannah and Telluride awarded contracts to Parkeon after a competitive bid process. During Savannah's bid process, the City selected 3 vendors for an extended trial period. In addition to the Strada meter operating flawlessly, Parkeon was able to display solar superiority over the competition even in heavily shaded areas. Parkeon received the purchase order from Savannah on March 14 for 60 Stradas. These pay stations will operate in Pay-by-Space mode including integrated enforcement with Savannah's T2 Systems handheld interface.
Parkeon completed the installation of Telluride's 38 new Stradas just 5 weeks after receiving the order, which included removing the older Parkeon pay stations, because they wanted the meters installed before the winter season. The pay stations operated extremely well during Telluride's cold and snowy winter.
"Having long time clients come back after so many years and purchase new meter systems is what we always strive for," said Kevin Woznicki, President of Parkeon's US operations. "We really value our relationship with Savannah and Telluride, and appreciate that they see the value in investing in Parkeon for a second time."
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