Introducing Bill Geraghty as Executive Vice President of Sales at Scheidt & Bachmann USA Parking Solutions
Bill is a seasoned parking industry executive with 19 years of experience, and a strong background in sales and relationship building. He received his credentials as a Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP) back in 2012 from the International Parking & Mobility Institute via the University of Virginia.
Geraghty most recently served in a sales leadership position at Vigilant Solutions (part of Motorola Solutions) where we helped to position, launch, and grow their organization as a major provider of license plate recognition (LPR) technology within the parking industry. Throughout his career, Bill has served as both a presenter at industry events, and as an author in industry publications. He is viewed as subject matter expert on a variety of parking technologies – including PARCS systems, multi-space meters, vehicle counting systems, and parking citation processing solutions. Bill has also personally been involved with hundreds of client deployments of license plate enabled (LEP) technologies.
“With Bill we extend our Sales team with a clear strategic view on the market. His extensive parking experience and LPR background will further support our customers with seamless solutions,” added Henk DeBruin, Executive VP/Managing Director, Scheidt & Bachmann USA.
“I’m truly honored to be part of this team,” said Geraghty. “Scheidt & Bachmann has a reputation for excellence in both the quality of their product and in their customer interactions. They have a long history of providing high quality hardware and software to the parking industry. I’m especially excited to expand the Scheidt & Bachmann vision throughout the US market and work with this extremely talented and loyal team.”
Bill is a lifelong resident of New York but has plans to relocate to the Tampa, Florida area in the coming months. When not with family or playing golf, he volunteers his time as the Treasurer of his daughter’s school’s Parent-Teacher Association, and serves as a Trustee on the board of a local, non-profit organization that provides STEM funding for the local school district.