VaultDrop LLC, whose platform enables self-storage operators to offer unlimited cloud storage to tenants, has expanded service to Canada. The company’s Total Storage solution provides customers with secure, digital storage in addition to their physical unit space. Renters can use the service to store documents, music, photos and other files, as well as share content with others, according to a press release.
VaultDrop entered the Canadian market through a deal with The Real Storage Group (RSG), which is offering cloud storage at all 34 of its Real Storage and Store-N-Save locations, the release stated.
“We provide self-storage providers like The Real Storage Group with a distinct competitive advantage,” said Matt Pilling, sales manager for VaultDrop. “Offering free, unlimited cloud storage can improve occupancy rates by increasing interactions between customers and front-line personnel, as well as inspire appreciation and confidence among consumers in their rental decision.”
“Our vision is to be recognized as one of our industry’s most progressive self-storage service providers and to set new standards with our creativity, innovation and development,” added David Demchuk, managing partner of operations for RSG. “Our facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art security features to ensure that our customers’ stored belongings are safe and secure. Providing our customers cutting-edge services like cloud storage ensures the safety and security of their digital treasures and further supports our continuing quest to meet the ever-changing needs of our evolving customers.”
RSG operates self-storage facilities in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario, Canada.
Among VaultDrop’s U.S. partners is Right Move Storage LLC, which began offering the cloud-storage service more than a year ago. VaultDrop and Inside Self-Storage published a case study last May, which includes details on how Right Move increased occupancy levels and property values with the ancillary offering.
Launched in 2016, VaultDrop offers secure, unlimited cloud storage. Accounts are encrypted with contents divided and stored across multiple independently operated servers.
EIN News Desk, VaultDrop Introduces Unlimited Cloud Storage to Canadian Self-Storage Market