Geneva is the complete solution for tracking your parking operations, and provides the link between your revenue control systems and your General Ledger. Click on the topics below to learn more.
Using Cashier Reports and Tickets Issued information, Geneva generates a huge number of reports and charts that your personnel currently labor to produce with spreadsheets. A few of these reports include the Ticket Summary, Revenue Summary, the Composite of Cashier Reports for any period of time, and Location-to-Location comparisons.
These reports, and many other others, are available summarized by day, week, and month.
Geneva separates revenue entry from Bank Deposits, in much the same way that actual deposits may be made by someone other than location-level personnel (such as a moneycounter or armored-car service). Over/short is automatically calculated as the difference between the revenue reported by the Cashier Report and the actual deposit.
Geneva supports bank accounts used across multiple cities, and makes bank reconciliation simple.
Geneva provides the link between your operational reporting (Cashier Reports and Bank Deposits, for example) and your financial reporting (the General Ledger). Geneva can integrate with a wide variety of General Ledger packages, including QuickBooks, Timberline, and Platinum.
Geneva makes it simple to load your actual ticket values, averaged by day of the week, then project those averages and expected growth factors onto a future month. Geneva also helps you budget non-ticket revenues, such as monthly parking, with a similar calculator.
It's a snap to load actual ticket values and build analyses of what changing rate structures might mean to overall revenues.
Geneva's Due From Parker system tracks money owed by parkers, whether from parking violations, non-payment at an honor box, or insufficient funds at the cashier station.
Repeat offenders' information may be exported to handheld devices, and notices printed to be sent to customers. Amounts due may be tracked by location, with central oversight into the collections process.
Geneva tracks returned checks, prints notices to the bad check writers, and ensures that the returned check, bank fees, and eventual payments are posted correctly to the General Ledger. If check numbers were entered with the Bank Deposit, it becomes easy to identify the location to which the check was written.
Geneva tracks complete details of vehicles that have been towed or booted, including where the vehicle was towed from and to, the reason for the action taken, the towing company, and the amount due from the customer or towing company.
In Geneva, you may attach related documents to almost any item you've entered. For example, if you've towed a vehicle, you might attach a digital picture of the illegally-parked vehicle to the Towing record. These documents may be anything you wish: pictures, scanned images, word-processed documents, etc.
Geneva supports an unlimited number of User-Defined Fields for tracking virtually anything that the system doesn't already have built in. Separate groups of User-Defined Fields may be set up for each system (Bank Deposits, Cashier Reports, etc.).
Geneva includes a Security Manager which enables your system administrator to define which locations each user may see, which systems (Revenue Entry, Bank Deposits, etc.) they may run, and what they are allowed to do in each system.