April Showers Bring Out the Customers
It’s finally April. And despite the adage about rain, people are actually eager to get out and enjoy the weather. Chances are it’s a lot nicer than the long winter months were. Flowers are in bloom. Spring is in the air. And people are coming out of hibernation. After all, spring is the official start of baseball season. It’s also the time that people get that itch to get out and go places. Is your venue ready?. How can you prepare your parking lots for the influx? Do you need parking guidance to help?
Starting on the Right Foot
When your job it to provide people with an enjoyable experience, you need to pay attention to lots of details. Your seating needs to be easy to get to and comfortable. Food needs to smell, look, and taste good. The décor needs to be right and your venue has to be clean. But when does the customer experience begin? It isn’t only once they enter your facility. It starts as soon as they start looking for parking. And when that process is frustrating and time-consuming, your customers start their experience stressed and annoyed. With parking guidance, they don’t have to.
Making it Better
You’ve probably seen signs telling people how many spots are available in parking lots. Parking guidance uses sensors to keep track of available spots and let people know where they can find them. It also lets people know when a parking lot or parking level is full so they don’t waste their time looking for spots when there aren’t any. At Parking Logix we know you want to keep your customers happy and relaxed. Parking counting with OpenSpace can help you make that happen.
There are many choices when it comes to parking counting. But OpenSpace is the only system that lets you track cars wirelessly with no drilling or wiring required for setup. You don’t even need to install the sensors in each spot. OpenSpace is a simple plug-n-play system. You simply put sensors at entry and exit points and voila, you’re ready to go. Your over 99% accurate parking counts are automatically sent to signs, your website, parking apps, and the cloud. It’s amazingly simple to use, incredibly intuitive, and pays for itself.