Smart Parking has secured re-seller agreements with new partners to extend the business’s capability to meet the needs of clients across the Middle East, Spain and Central and Latin America.
The company has reached a re-seller agreement with Al-Musbah Trading Group. Al-Musbah, which is based in Jeddah, is a diverse business operating within the commercial hub of Saudi Arabia, and is a company that employs over 3,500 people across 12 countries. Smart Parking will be working with Al-Musbah’s parking division to develop relationships with clients across the Middle East.
It has also established a re-seller agreement with Viarium. Viarium, based in Madrid, is a leading technology and engineering contracting business. The company will be focusing on identifying and developing projects with local governments and organisations in Spain, Mexico, Brazil and Latin America.
Jim Short, Smart Parking’s Technology Sales Manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa said that the re-seller agreements with Al-Musbah and Viarium underlined the growing demand from parking providers and municipal authorities for Smart Parking’s solutions.
“There is an increasing global recognition of the importance of reducing congestion and vehicle emissions and lowering costs to enforce, as well as improving the experience of drivers”, says Short. “Our re-seller agreements with both Al-Musbah and Viarium will enable many more communities to benefit from the technology solutions that we can deploy. We’re looking forward to building fruitful relationships with both these companies in the months and years ahead.”
Short is also seeking relationships with other businesses that would like to become Smart Parking re-sellers. “We are very much in an expansion phase, so we would welcome discussions from businesses who are ready to work with us to meet the needs of parking providers and municipal authorities within the countries that they know well.”