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ISS, PTI Security Systems Publish Case Study on Self-Storage Access-Control and Mobile Technology

Inside Self-Storage (ISS) and PTI Security Systems have released a new publication titled, “Self Storage 2.0: Leveraging Security, Access Control and Mobile Technology.” The free downloadable PDF examines how Pacific Highway Storage (PHS) in San Diego is incorporating industry technology into its operation to enhance facility security and the customer experience.

Inside Self-Storage (ISS) and PTI Security Systems have released a new publication titled, “Self Storage 2.0: Leveraging Security, Access Control and Mobile Technology.” The free downloadable PDF examines how Pacific Highway Storage (PHS) in San Diego is incorporating industry technology into its operation to enhance facility security and the customer experience.

The study provides an overview of the new security products and services available to self-storage operators today, including keypads, door alarms, controllers and mobile apps. It also explores the challenges PHS faced during implementation, including a competitive market, and the role technology has played in the company’s success. Finally, it demonstrates how integrated security solutions can benefit any facility.

The PDF can be downloaded from the Whitepapers page of the ISS Resource Center. An earlier PTI case study focused on the company’s EasyCode mobile app can also be downloaded from the same location.

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., PTI provides access-control and security solutions for the self-storage industry. To date, it has installed more than 30,000 systems in 30-plus countries.

For more than 26 years, ISS has provided informational resources for the self-storage industry. Its educational offerings include ISS magazine, the annual ISS World Expo, an extensive website, the ISS Store, and Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community.

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