Take the pain out of parking for your visitors and staff with our online booking system. SureSpot lets people see what’s available, reserve a spot, and even pay for their parking online. It’s a great solution for businesses with huge car parks and lots of visitors.

Frustration-free parking

Giving your customers a better parking experience means they’ll arrive impressed rather than frustrated. SureSpot lets people use their mobile phone or computer to check availability and book before they arrive, so they don’t have to worry about finding a park. It even helps them find their chosen park when they arrive.

Better parking for everyone

SureSpot isn’t just about customers and paid parking – it’s about making sure everyone who needs a park can get one. Staff members, clients, and other visitors can also use the system to find parks, without needing to pay.

Solve parking dramas

Staff and clients can be given their own access codes, which lets them park without paying while doing away with permanent parking spaces that can cause conflict.

Make cash from empty spaces

Whether you have a huge, multi-level parking building or a smaller office car park, you probably have vacant spots some of the time. Using SureSpot means you can charge people to use those spaces, while still ensuring your staff or clients have somewhere to park when they need to.

Easy integration, all through an app

SureSpot can be integrated with a range of parking and security systems, so it can often be added to your current set-up very simply. When your system is running, customers and staff download the SureSpot app to get an up-to-date view of available parking spaces. They book a park, then pay online or when they arrive. Once they’ve booked, they’re sent simple instructions about finding their park.

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Our experience speaks for itself

We’ve designed, built and maintained security systems for many large and complex organisations across New Zealand, including the Dunedin and Queenstown casinos, which involved card-access control, alarms, a large number of security cameras and full-time on-site surveillance. Our work with the new Acute Services Building at Christchurch Hospital involved 200 security cameras and access control for over 600 doors.