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Comfy parking: A Hungarian start-up won an international award in Vienna

The Budapest-based Rollet has been prized and praised to be the most promising start-up enterprise of 2019. The ceremony took place at the Property Forum of Vienna, the most prestigious real-estate conference in the region where the top 100 most influential companies represent themselves from all over Central Europe. According to szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu, Rollet is an automatised payment method developed for drivers which enables a smooth and comfortable way to pay for their parking fees. By providing the registration number of the car and the credit/debit card data, all the parking facilities equipped with the Rollet payment method automatically identifies the vehicle by its registration number at the entry/exit and opens the gate in a blink of an eye.

The parking fee is paid automatically as well, so no need for tickets nor cash any more.

This application was launched more than a year ago in Debrecen, instantly becoming one of the favourites of the Smart City program at the time. Thousands of drivers have been benefiting of it in the county capital. Moreover, it is now also available in Budapest at dozens of places since the summer of 2019.

After the award ceremony, Andy Zhang, the founder and director of the company commented: “Besides the national expansion, it is amongst our short-term plans to conquer the international market as well; this appreciation is an important landmark in our life, because it means that the professional public finds Rollet to be full of imagination and potentials on the international level, too.”

So fasten your seatbelts, get your smartphone and car ready, and roll ‘em out easily with Rollet for a smooth drive-through experience.

Sources : szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu & dailynewshungary.com

Photo : www.facebook.com/Rollet

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