After a competitive tender process, Brisbane City Council has announced Database Consultants Australia (DCA) as the supplier to deliver its infringement management solution.
The contract will see DCA partner with Council to implement an industry best practice infringement management system, streamlining Council processes and delivering a better service to Brisbane residents of Australia’s largest local government area.
Council selected DCA Cities as the successful tenderer based on a single integrated, end-to-end solution that enables industry best practice delivery of infringement issuing, processing and management.
DCA Director of Cities, Sandy Del Papa said DCA Cities has a long and successful history of safely delivering parking management solutions for its customers.
“We are pleased that our expertise in the design and construction of innovative solutions has been recognised,” Mr Del Papa said.
“We look forward to delivering this important project for Council and the people of Brisbane. DCA’s Infringement Management as a Service (IMaaS) is a unique combination of innovative technologies underpinning known and successful methodologies. The IMaaS solution will deliver a customer-centric platform that will digitally transform current operations.”
In partnership with DCA, Council has also introduced DCA’s ePermits solution.
Brisbane residents now enjoy the benefits of the fully digitised ePermits system with online applications, payment and issuing, together with flexible permit options. ePermits integrates with industry best practice on-street management technology to keep city’s moving and offers the ability to integrate complementary smart city technologies.
For more information contact: Kristy Cook (03) 8317 8175 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Brisbane City Council
Brisbane City Council is responsible for transport services for the largest single local government entity in Australia. Their operations incorporate the management of a broad spectrum of public infrastructure. Within this mix of services, Council owns and manages a range of parking facilities and are leading the way with smart city strategies aimed at delivering a more liveable, sustainable city.