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Parking Insights
Imperial Parking Canada Corporation (Impark Canada) is proud to announce its collaboration with The Forward Movement, a Canadian advocacy group campaigning for the support and adoption of the Dynamic Symbol of Access (DSA). To advance its work with The Forward Movement, Impark will adopt the DSA as standard for all new facility painting projects in...
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106,000 customers, 8,300 cars, 260 employees, 22 lots, 3 stadiums, three cities, one day. The Challenge On May 17, 2017, three stadiums in the San Francisco Bay Area simultaneously held a series of major events. AT&T Park, Avaya Stadium, and Levi’s® Stadium squeezed a number of music, sports, and community events into only 11 hours...
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Top Health Industry Issues of 2018 PwC’s healthcare industry analysis identifies pharmacy benefit managers and wholesalers as subjects of intense scrutiny in the eyes of healthcare leaders, placing pressure on them to prove their place in the healthcare supply chain. The Top Health Industry Issues of 2018 report attributes the heightened criticism to amplified public...
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Impark Parking Insights: Autonomous Vehicles and the Impact on Parking
Where we’re going In September 2017, the U.S. House passed the SELF DRIVE Act, which permits AV manufacturers to deploy up to 25,000 test vehicles per year and 100,000 annually in three years’ time. Some states, including Washington, have gone even further, signing executive orders that enable test programs to take place without a human...
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There are a number of fundamental misconceptions about parking management that serve only to cap the value attributed to parking assets. Here are the top five parking management myths that make the pros wince: 1. “People don’t care about how a parking lot looks. They just need somewhere to park their car!” Reality: Your parking...
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When you buy a Starbucks coffee, you’re not just buying the product in your hand. You’re paying for an experience; personalized yet strikingly uniform, it turns ordinary into extraordinary by consistently fulfilling consumer expectations. It wouldn’t make sense, therefore, for each Starbucks to use a different coffee supplier. It wouldn’t be advantageous to implement different...
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We may be trudging toward the end of January, but in our book it’s still the season to make meaningful 2018 business resolutions! Here are some practical, actionable resolutions for improving patient satisfaction in 2018. 1. Look for inspiration beyond industry boundaries “Patients don’t stop being consumers — customers — when they put on a...
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2017 NPA Innovation Awards In October, the National Parking Association (NPA) announced the winners of its 2017 Innovation Awards. Arguably the most prestigious prizes in parking, the NPA Innovation Awards recognize our industry’s stand-out professionals, businesses, projects and facilities. Among those to be recognized this year was Thomas Leathers, parking administrator for the City of...
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EV chargers are popping up at stunning speed in parking facilities across North America. The University of Michigan estimates that in the U.S. alone, there are over 16,000 public electric vehicle charging stations, with nearly 43,000 individual charging connectors or plugs. For EV drivers, this is great news. Charge point popularity is helping to subvert...
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The Science of First Impressions It takes just seven seconds for us to make a first impression comprising 11 critical assumptions, according to Dr. Michael Solomon’s work at NYU’s Graduate School of Business. Within those fleeting moments, we make instinctive judgments about a person, object, or scene, including their credibility, trustworthiness, sophistication, desirability, and more....
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