August 8, 2019 – Vancouver, B.C. – Glance Technologies Inc. (“Glance” or the “Company”) (CSE:GET) (OTCQB:GLNNF) (FKT:GJT) is pleased to announce that we have entered into an agreement with EasyPark to provide Glance Pay® as a mobile payment option for parking violation ticket payments.
Glance Pay®, the mobile payment solution of Glance Technologies Inc. will be providing parking violation ticket payment services to assist EasyPark with additional payment options to provide their customers when they receive a parking ticket.
“Providing EasyPark with the ability to have Glance Pay® as a payment option for their customers to pay parking tickets gives customers a seamless option to pay early and save money on their first payment,” says Jonathan Hoyles, Interim CEO, Glance Technologies.
“I am a fan and also a Glance Pay® user as I see the value Glance brings to the restaurant industry,” says Nigel Bullers, CEO, EasyPark. “I wanted to bring that ease of use to our customers to bridge an opportunity to provide even more convenience.”
Founded in 1948, EasyPark’s mission is straightforward: “make parking easy.” Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, its mandate is to provide safe, convenient and affordable parking, with operations that include 135 parking facilities in 60 client accounts in B.C., which are part of the EasyPark brand. For more information about EasyPark, please visit www.easypark.ca.
About Glance Technologies Inc.
Glance Technologies is the owner of Glance Pay® a smartphone payment application that enables merchants to provide their customers with quick secure payments, digital rewards, and a better customer experience.
For more information about Glance, please go to www.glance.tech.
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