iPermit: a new mobile parking application, designed to electronically issue permits and manage the most common parking problems
Traditionally, people need paper permits to park. They usually have no idea how much parking is until they get there. Not anymore. iPermit is a new application that allows you to digitally park, manage and monitor parking areas. It is available on Google Play Store and App Store.
While the app has just launched, iPermit is already approved by local apartment complexes, including a luxury residential complex. The popularity of the app despite its recent release is not surprising.
On the one hand, iPermit allows apartment and condominium managers to digitally issue parking permits to customers 24/7. The app also allows them to monitor parking areas and set prices for visitor space for additional income.
In addition, iPermit allows customers to reserve their seats and pay securely. This makes it easier for owners and managers to monitor the remaining locations. Pricing is also available on the app, so customers know exactly how much to pay. iPermit is conceptualized in late 2019. The app is founded by entrepreneur Lewis Douglas, Jr. He is currently in the process of enhancing the web portal and app to add several new features focused on improving the user experience in its entirety. We anticipate the release of iPermit, version 2 around mid-October.
Prior to founding iPermit, Douglas ran his towing business, Diamond Towing. He founded the company in 2011. That same year, Diamond Towing was featured on Washington, DC’s premier news portal. Douglas’ business excellence was recognized in its first year of operation. Diamond Towing then became the preferred towing service provider. Its 24/7 towing service has been used and trusted by thousands of customers and parking regulators.
During his more than 10 years in the towing industry, Douglas has noticed the two biggest problems in private residential communities: managing visitor parking space and having extra income for miscellaneous expenses. iPermit solves these problems. By issuing digital permits to visitors 24/7, owners of residential complexes can maximize their income potential. Managing parking lots also becomes easy as owners and managers can view prices and check available spaces online.
When asked why he started iPermit, Douglas said, âI have seen the struggles of parking lot owners and residential property managers. Most of them were not making the most of their parking lots. I wanted to make an app with real world use. After more than a year of development, iPermit was finally released.
While iPermit has just been launched, gaining the trust of residential complexes in a short time is showing its potential. Hotels, resorts and other commercial establishments may benefit from this in the future. This time is near. With iPermit’s easy-to-use interface and scalability, the app can be the next big innovation in the parking industry.