Xerox Parking to expand activity in American markets with new Codex system


Headquartered in France, and with a strong presence in the European and Middle Eastern regions, Xerox Parking is now looking to expand to the North and South American markets, starting with the USA.

Xerox Parking, a leader in off-street parking management systems with more than 1,700 installed systems throughout the world, launched the new Codex System earlier this year and is now looking to take the product to new North and South American markets.

The latest Codex systems are suitable for shopping malls, hotels, airports, hospitals and city center off-street parking. The Codex product range is unique in the use of 2D barcode contactless technology, instead of the typical magnetic stripe system. The ticket reading is non-motorized, so customers can be processed faster and the system is also more economical in terms of maintenance and operation, because there are less moving parts and the price of consumables is lower. The Codex range also offers 2D barcode ticket printing for hourly users, and its 2D barcode ticket reader will read and check the validity of pass-cards, conference /event tickets, and prepaid cards, as well as identification of pre books by reading of 2D barcodes displayed on smartphones or printed on paper.

Codex machines can operate in standalone mode in the event of loss of communication with the server, and the E-Ticket platform manages printed tickets and broadcasts them to all equipment. All transactions and alerts are transmitted in real-time to the Multipark server. Codex is part of Multipark, the well-known parking management platform developed by Xerox Parking, which offers web access for local or centralized management, web services interfaces to online booking systems and e-commerce applications, and supports all types of payments by cash, contactless cards, mobile phones or card in/card out.

In order to continue growing and to provide better service, Xerox is now actively looking for distributors that will help with the sale, installation and maintenance of the Codex Parking System in the USA.

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