Indianapolis, IN – March 31, 2015 The following statement was issued today by T2 Systems in regards to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act recently signed into law in Indiana.
T2 has a longstanding commitment to inclusion and non-discrimination on any basis. From the very beginning, we have been fully dedicated to embracing diversity and treating one another with respect and dignity.
Mike Simmons, CEO, said “Historically, T2 has been reluctant to join the public debate on political issues, but with the recent signing of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law in Indiana we wanted to join countless other Indiana businesses, institutions and organizations reinforcing our commitment to provide an inclusive and supportive environment for all. I fundamentally believe in the maxim “love thy neighbor” which succinctly describes my philosophy of relating to others, both personally and in the workplace.”
T2 is fully committed to the inclusion and mutual respect of all of our customers, employees and partners. We will continue to embrace the differences that make each one of us unique.
Started in 1994, T2 Systems is a technology-focused parking systems provider with deep roots in the evolving parking industry. This commitment is evident in T2’s quality products and services, thought leadership and strong customer relationships. The company’s unified parking management and payment solutions provided under the T2 and Digital brands are in use by nearly 1,000 organizations across the US and Canada including universities, cities, towns, hospitals and parking operators. T2 Systems has offices in Indianapolis, Vancouver and virtual offices throughout North America. For additional information about T2 Systems products and services, visit www.T2systems.com.