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Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospital

Our parking permit software system helps manage the provisioning of permit applications and making the best use of your personnel resources.

Client details

Industry

Healthcare

Location

Bournemouth

Size

500+ Employees

The brief

With staff parking being limited, Bournemouth Hospital required a robust and impartial system to handle permit requests. Historically, there was the problem of over-issuing permits which was causing key staff to not be able to park their cars in peak time as well as making the entire system very labour-intensive.

Our solution

Smartpermit is an online points-based system that evaluates the applicant’s priority for parking. The applicant completes a 2-minute questionnaire which assesses if they qualify for a parking space. Applicants can provide evidentiary support as part of their application process. SmartPermit helps reduce the likelihood of accidents (as it limits the number of vehicles entering and exiting the car park) as well as reducing the time and resources from handling parking permit requests manually.

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Product & features

Smartpermit offers a real-time reporting solution to help your organisation with parking permits to make the process as simple and fuss-free as possible. 

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Features

Manage staff parking application, permit issuing and enforcement

Features

Live, online, go any-where system

Features

Easy to use, online interface

What they said…

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