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Centreforce Releases Apple-Compatible Mobile App for Self-Storage Access Control


Centreforce Technology of Strathpine, Queensland, Australia, a provider of management software for self-storage businesses, has developed an iOS mobile application that runs on Apple platforms such as iPhones and iPads. The app will allow users to access common functions of AccessEzy, a self-storage access-control and security product, including opening and closing gates, viewing the event log, running reports and checking alarms.

“Self-storage owners and managers are now able to remotely control and view their facilities via this new application,” said Dallas Dogger, managing director. “No longer do owners and staff have to come in on weekends to open a gate for customer. They can use the new app on their iPhone and let them in. It’s not just a Web interface but a real application.” 

Centreforce engineers developed the new iOS application in house as a follow-up to the RapidStor online move-in technology, which is now responsible for more than 500 move-ins and reservations across the self-storage industry.

AccessEzy is a fully digital and Web-enabled software package used to control access and provide alarm security to self-storage sites worldwide. The software is installed in more than 200 self-storage sites across Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Operators will be able to view the new app in action at the upcoming Inside Self-Storage World Expo, March 14-16, in Las Vegas. More information on expo vendors is available at

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