No Parking Without a Plan - Planning for a Successful Tech Implementation
Education | On-Demand Webinar
It is always exciting and interesting to talk about new technologies and the value and opportunities that they will provide to our customers and our operations. However, we rarely talk about the steps and methods to successfully implement new technologies. A great solution that is not implemented well can easily become a failure. Ensuring successful project implementation is just as important as selecting the technology to implement. Join the IPMI Technology Committee as we journey through the life of a technology project, with five key steps for success along the way!
- Prepare your technology project for success with best practices as well as pitfalls to avoid.
- Define and prepare a plan for your technology project, including the steps to build support from internal and external stakeholders.
- Monitor progress on your project to ensure it delivers expected data, benchmarks, and benefits.
Nick Mazzenga, PE., Parking Technology Consultant, Kimley-Horn
Nick Mazzenga, P.E., is a parking technology consultant with Kimley-Horn. He serves on IPMI’s Technology Committee. Nick earned bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia, respectively. He also is an Eno Transportation Foundation Fellow. In his free time, Nick enjoys running and spending time with his family and beloved dog, aptly named “Parker.”
Matthew Valera, Director of Municipal Sales, FL Market, PGS
Matthew Valera is the Director of Municipal Sales & FL Market. Earning his bachelor's degree in Communications & Research Media from Florida International University. As the Director of Municipal Sales and Florida Market, his task is to educate and deliver PGS’s parking guidance solutions within his region. In his spare time, you’ll find Matt playing a pick-up game of basketball, on the golf course or watching a football with his friends & family.