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  • QuikStor Mini-Storage Management Systems
    Product Focus QuikStor Mini-Storage Management Systems QuikStor is a Sherman Oaks, Calif.-based producer of self-storage management software for both DOS and Windows applications. Following is a highlight of the company's product offerings. Access Controls QuikStor's access ...More
    December 1, 1999 Posted in Articles
  • Marketing Self-Storage on the Internet
    Marketing Self-Storage on the Internet By Jeff Miller By now you have probably received solicitations from a variety of companies promising to bring you new business by advertising your facilities on the Internet. The purpose of this article is to: 1) clear up some common ...More
    December 1, 1999 Jeff Miller Posted in Articles
  • Y2KAre you ready?
    Y2KAre you ready? By Kim Alton With the year 2000 fast approaching, all self-storage owners and management companies need to take a hard look at all areas of the self-storage market. In the following sections are the questions you need to ask yourself to decide if you can ...More
    November 1, 1999 Kim Alton Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage 9/99: DOMICO
    DOMICOThe Future of Self-Storage Software DOMICO, a provider of management software to the self-storage industry, is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. This fall the company will release its third product, DOMICO 2000, which will incorporate all of the ...More
    April 1, 1999 Glenn Hunter Posted in Articles
  • Automation Debate
    Automation Debate I used to be what you'd call a technophobe. In college, the wee hours of the morning would frequently find me writing out papers by hand and then reproducing and editing them via typewriter. My roommate, who had a Macintosh computer with a word-processing ...More
    February 1, 1999 Teri L. Lanza Posted in Articles
  • OK...What's That Question?Should 'take-no-prisoners' marketing have wide application within the self-storageindustry?
    OK...What's That Question?Should 'take-no-prisoners' marketing have wide application within the self-storage industry? Editor's note: This is the first of a five-part series that will show how to apply classical marketing practices to the self-storage industry. It should be ...More
    January 1, 1999 Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage 11/98: US Door & Building Components
    CORPORATE PROFILE US Door & Building Components Looking to the future By Tom Brecke Don't accuse John McLane or Chip Cordes of letting grass grow under their feet. McLane, founder of Roll-lite Storage Systems, and Cordes, general manager of Roll-lite, left that company ...More
    December 1, 1998 Tom Brecke Posted in Articles
  • Facility Management Software
    Facility Management Software A Great Idea Gets Better By Jeff Sacks There's a helpful tool out there called the computer, and if you're not using one to run management software designed to take care of many of your daily tasks and make your life easier, you may be more ...More
    May 1, 1998 Jeff Sacks Posted in Articles
  • How does your software feel about......the year 2000?
    How does your software feel about......the year 2000? By Ramona Taylor "The Millenium Bug." That's what they call it in Australia. And they're just as worried about it as we are about our "Year 2000 Bug." Almost any software problem that pops up these ...More
    May 1, 1998 Ramona Taylor Posted in Articles
  • Self-Storage SoftwareFacility management becomes automated and auspicious
    Self-Storage SoftwareFacility management becomes automated and auspicious By Teri L. Lanza Next year is 2000. A new millennium begins. Didn't you think, when you were a kid, that by the time the year 2000 rolled around, we'd be flying around in hover crafts, robots would ...More
    May 1, 1998 Teri L. Lanza Posted in Articles