Passport Awarded Nationwide Contract
Passport, the industry’s leading mobile payment provider for parking and transit, today announced its award by the NCPA (National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance) as a preferred mobile payments partner for participating agencies.
NCPA is a leading national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states. NCPA utilizes state of the art procurement resources and solutions that result in cooperative purchasing contracts. This ensures that NCPA members are receiving products and services of the highest quality at the best prices.
Passport powers the mobile apps for large cities like Boston, Chicago, Toronto, Portland, and Miami, as well as the parking enforcement technology for cities like New Haven, Omaha, Virginia Beach, and Salt Lake City. In addition, Passport offers a full technology suite for transit agencies, unifying the complete transportation experience.
“We’re thrilled to be awarded this contract by the NCPA,” said Khristian Gutierrez, CBDO at Passport. “This is an exciting opportunity for us to partner with progressive agencies throughout North America, providing more locations with the leading mobile payment technology to help improve their operations. NCPA strives to provide its members with best-in-class solutions to real-world challenges and we’re confident our expertise and track record will give members comfort in choosing us as a premier partner.”
“NCPA works diligently to select vendors of the highest quality, performance, and most importantly, those with the best value proposition,” said Jonathan Applegate, Director of Operations at NCPA. “As agencies continue the transition to mobile technology for their parking and transit operations, we offer a competitively bid contract that simplifies the process for agencies to ensure they are implementing the best solution for their environment.”
Passport’s growing list of clients have realized increased efficiency and bottom line margins through one extensible platform.