Parkeon and Cale are merging to become Flowbird
Parkeon and Cale, the world leaders in parking and transport ticketing solutions, are joining forces to create a new global entity with a new brand – FLOWBIRD – with a signature : Urban Intelligence
The two players will get stronger in the field of digital through the appointment of a dedicated CEO, Marius Koerselman, for the mobile payment business and a cross-data exchange partnership with Parkopedia.
• FLOWBIRD is inspired by the ease with which each bird moves quickly and safely within a cloud of birds.
• FLOWBIRD symbolizes our ambition to make individual travel simpler, safer, faster, while collectively maximizing efficiency and harmonizing flows.
• FLOWBIRD more broadly encompasses our activities, better describes the diversity of our businesses for our customers and users. Every week around the world, thanks to our terminals, mobile applications and online services, we contribute to improving the living environment of our 100 million users by helping to reduce air pollution, optimise traffic, simplify payments, make cities more secure and economically dynamic…
• FLOWBIRD is a Software platform which helps the local authorities to measure, monitor and manage the mobility within the cities
This is our know-how, the Urban Intelligence. With FLOWBIRD, Urban Intelligence, mobility becomes easier, safer, faster.
FLOWBIRD is pleased to announce the appointment of Marius Koerselman as CEO of Yellowbrick International, its mobile payment business. Marius Koerselman was previously CEO of Parkmobile. Marius Koerselman’s arrival at this position reflects Flowbird’s determination to become the leader in Mobile Parking Payment while confirming its position as the world’s sole player independent from any a car manufacturer.
FLOWBIRD and Parkopedia are also announcing today the creation of a cross-data exchange partnership to improve the services offered to both operators and consumers.
Indeed, Parkopedia will provide Flowbird with data on off-street car parks including information on the 60 million parking spaces it manages in more than 8,000 cities. Its data will feed Flowbird’s Path to Park app.
In return for this, Parkopedia will use the data received from Flowbird on its on-street parkings to develop its services for customers, both professionals and consumers.