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Sep 24, 2019

New Hungarian parking app goes global

Rollet aims to streamline the parking process by offering digitalized tickets instead of paper. By logging arrival and departure times, the app automatically calculates the expenses spent on parking and pays the bill at the click of a button.

Hungarian startup Rollet is set to go global after winning the audience prize at the Property Forum Vienna for its innovative new parking app.

The Budapest-based company aims to streamline the parking process by offering digitalized tickets instead of paper. By logging arrival and departure times, the application automatically calculates the expenses spent on parking and pays the bill at the click of a button.

The user-friendly app will help car owners avoid late departure fines by sending notifications and keep them up-to-speed with everything related to parking spaces and the costs involved.

The program was originally launched in Debrecen last year, as part of the Smart City initiative. It garnered unexpected popularity almost immediately, with car owners, regular drivers and casual travelers speaking enthusiastically about their experiences with the app.

“Alongside nationwide expansion, our prerogative is to launch our services on the international market. This is why the positive responses we received at the Property Forum Vienna are so vital for us: they prove that audiences recognize and appreciate the revolutionary potential of the company,” said Andy Zhang, CEO of Rollet.

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