An early-stage data center company headquartered in Denver, Colorado had significant plans for growth throughout North America. To support their plans, they needed an ERP platform that provided core business process functionality, a flexible toolset that would allow modifications to support their unique needs, and a platform that could rapidly scale with minimal additional IT investment.
The Parking Authority within the City of Omaha was using legacy software to track revenue from its monthly parking customers. The revenue collection software was not integrated with the City’s Finance department nor was it integrated to the City’s meter hooding or parking passes. There was considerable manual effort in disabling parking passes from delinquent parkers. Parking collections were manually sent over to City Finance. Additionally, meter hooding required an application be sent in, manually approved and then a manual invoice was sent to the customer for the hooding fees.