Charlotte’s Passport drives home new partnership with

Charlotte’s Passport drives home new partnership with

CHARLOTTE – Passport has inked a deal with, a car services application, that will provide a plug-in to Passport’s digital mobility platform to enable app users to pay for on- and off-street parking.

The companies announced the deal in a statement.

“We saw an opportunity to strengthen our parking vertical and connect our users with more payment options by leveraging Passport’s technology,” said Bhumi Bhutani, co-founder of Way, in the statement issued by the companies.

“Passport’s technology is helping cities solve critical problems in their mobility operations and transforming the way people move around a city,” said Doug Rogers, chief revenue officer at Passport.

The company announced earlier this month that it would continue to grow, and that it had expanded its leadership team.  The company raised $90 million in May after raising $65 million in December 2019.  The founder of the company, Bob Youakim, stepped down as CEO in April, and the company’s president at the time, David Evans, became the company CEO.

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