ParkWhiz To Integrate with Ford’s Revolutionary New FordPass

Largest on-demand parking provider brings convenience of booking advanced parking to FordPass members

CHICAGO – Jan. 11, 2016 – ParkWhiz, the nation’s largest on-demand parking app, will integrate with Ford’s revolutionary new FordPass app, bringing the convenience of booking advanced parking to FordPass members. FordPass will feature ParkWhiz as one of its start-up companies providing a suite of transportation services, including smart parking.

Introduced at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, FordPass aims to make millions of global consumers’ lives easier and more enjoyable through services that optimize time, reduce stress and save money.

“As the connected-car and consumer-transportation spaces continue growing, it’s no surprise that consumers will want to take advantage of all that FordPass offers,” said Aashish Dalal, co-founder and CEO of ParkWhiz. “At ParkWhiz, we’re committed to making parking as easy and convenient for our users as possible by creating a seamless experience and allowing them to book and pay for their parking as they reach their destination. The FordPass integration enables us to extend our reach and be part of a truly inspiring and innovative initiative that will positively change the consumer-transportation industry."

FordPass is ParkWhiz’s latest partnership as ParkWhiz continues its rapid momentum in the consumer-transportation space. Expanding its network of parking locations for consumers across the U.S.

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About ParkWhiz:

Headquartered in Chicago, ParkWhiz is the nation’s largest on-demand parking app. The company’s website and mobile platforms provide a fast and efficient way for drivers to find and book guaranteed parking spaces before reaching their destination at thousands of parking locations across the country, from New York City to Chicago to San Francisco. ParkWhiz is an official partner of StubHub and TicketsNow, and the company also partners with professional and collegiate sports organizations, including the Indianapolis Colts and NCAA teams, and entertainment venues across the country. For more information, visit