City Parking For years, the City of Castries has been plagued by vehicle congestion, and parking has been an everyday struggle. As a result, short term paid parking terminals are coming to Saint Lucia. This video highlights the implementation phase as to where these terminals will be located, the solutions
Short Term Paid Parking: Phase 1 Short term paid parking coming soon to Castries, St. Lucia. The new parking terminals will be launched in a phased approach. Keep following Converge Solutions Inc. and the Castries Constituency Council for further updates and information.
Parking Terminals Parking Solutions coming soon to Saint Lucia. In collaboration with the Castries City Council (CCC), Converge Solutions Inc. is introducing parking terminals within the city of Castries as a solution to the traffic congestion and parking challenges within Saint Lucia’s capital.
Another satisfied customer, National Utilities Regulatory Commission (NURC), shows off their new and improved website, which demonstrates a clean and inviting mobile friendly interface. The NURC website, powered by Converge Solutions Inc. was launched on Friday, February 9th 2018.
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A new category of virtual reality is emerging — somewhere between tethered consoles and smartphone add-ons. The world of VR has been teasing fans for decades. In recent years, the busting out of real VR has always been a year or two away, they told us. Finally, I’m happy to
3CX supports a large number of phones, divided into supported phones and legacy phones – What’s the difference and what’s changing? Supported Phones Supported phones are from companies with whom 3CX has an active partnership which allows us to fully support the phones – it means all 3CX features are implemented on
Regulations will go into effect next year, according to telecommunications ministry All mobile phones sold in India will be required to have a panic button as of next year, the country’s telecommunications ministry announced this week, as part of an effort to enhance safety for women. Women’s safety in India