QuickPay and CreditCall launch mobile payments system for parking industry

Source: QuickPay

As a result of its recent partnership with CreditCall, QuickPay Corp. today announced the launch of a plug-and-play mobile payment option, where parking operators are finally able to have complete control of their cash flow.

QuickPay provides Apple and Android smartphone apps, as well as SMS and voice-based feature-phone functions, to help motorists across the U.S. streamline their parking payments.

QuickPay's own apps and services help users find and pay for parking, and QuickPay provides a mobile payment infrastructure that is being integrated into other mobile apps and connected cars. QuickPay selected CreditCall as a natural partner, with its world-class payment gateway services, reporting tool, flexibility, and favorable pricing. CreditCall empowered QuickPay to provide the parking industry with the features and functionality that were, until now, unavailable.

Using CreditCall, QuickPay securely maintains a single user mobile wallet for QuickPay customers  after registering once, users do not have to re-enter their card details, regardless of where they use the system. With a deep API integration driving the partnership, QuickPay brings PCI DSS Level 1-compliant parking payments full circle into one integrated system, powering transactions by app, web, SMS, and IVR. Under the partnership, QuickPay is also able to provide CreditCall's gateway services for use with any existing credit card processing equipment.

For parking management companies serving a portfolio of owners and facilities, QuickPay can now use business logic to direct each parking payment to a different merchant account and/or to a different merchant processor. Thereafter, QuickPay's platform builds on CreditCall's WebMIS real-time reporting system to allow parking operators to quickly and securely monitor payment transactions and administer reconciliations across all platforms in one spot. It also allows for managing credit card activity based on terminal, facility, or group of facilities. Together, these new QuickPay capabilities greatly simplify revenue reconciliation and reporting while lowering credit card processing costs for parking operators and asset owners.

"CreditCditCall had the widest set of merchant processor integrations of any gateway payments services provider we reviewed," stated Barney Pell, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, QuickPay. "We can now quickly add new parking operators without added work to integrate with their merchant processors, and no added charges for adding virtual layers on top of their merchant processors. This speeds time to market and time to partnership at substantially lower cost."

"The success with a technical leader like QuickPay underscores our fast growing leadership in the unattended payments market, which is sweeping across America," said CreditCall's Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Gumbley. "CreditCall's payments gateway technology was instrumental in making this a reality. For more than 14 years, CreditCall has been an industry leader in providing customers with a gateway for fast and secure card payment processing online, over the phone and now via iOS and Android apps."

QuickPay is the latest in a line of high profile American companies choosing CreditCall solutions. Hardware manufacturer Parkeon chose CreditCall to provide payment gateway services to its clients including the City of Seattle. CreditCall also works with Metric, MacKay Meters, Designa, Skidata, IP Parking and Amano as well as most other major parking manufacturers. 

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