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T2 Systems integrates with CBORD campus cards for parking management

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   May 28, 2013  ||   

T2 Systems announced a real-time integration with CBORD’s Odyssey PCS, CS Gold and OdysseyOne campus ID card systems to support quick and secure payment for parking at colleges and universities.

The T2 Flex parking management platform is a system designed to streamline all parking tasks - permit management, parking enforcement, access and revenue control, and event parking - into a single Web application, eliminating the need for multiple systems and vendors.

With its vast portfolio of campus ID card systems, CBORD offers integrated solutions that bring together various campus services like access control, security, online account management, meal plans, and stored value for payments on and off campus into one intuitive ID card application.

Emerson College and Suffolk University in Boston recently paired with CBORD to allow its students the ability to pay taxi fare using their campus card. Emerson uses CBORD’s CS Gold campus card system, while Suffolk uses CBORD’s Odyssey PCS system.

T2’s integration with CBORD’s campus card solutions extends the value of university parking management by letting students pay for parking with the same credential that they use for access, purchasing, and privileges in all areas of campus, every day.

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