Onity, a provider of electronic-access products and mobile credentials for self-storage and other industries, has integrated its Passport smart locks with SiteLink and storEdge facility-management software from Storable. The integration will allow self-storage operators that use these systems to assign tenants mobile credentials, which enables customers to use Onity’s DirectKey technology to access their units via their smartphone, according to a press release.
“We are beyond thrilled to announce our partnership with Storable,” said André LaLande, senior vice president of sales for Onity. “The integration effort with SiteLink and storEdge is the start of other integrations with facility-management solutions, creating a more seamless experience for owners, operators and tenants.”
“We are excited about this new integration with Onity,” said Chuck Gordon, CEO of Storable. “We are proud to work together to provide a more convenient, secure experience for facility operators and tenants.”
Founded in 1986, Onity also serves the education, hospitality and military industries. It’s part of Carrier Global Corp., a provider of healthy, safe, sustainable and intelligent building and cold-chain solutions.
Based in Austin, Texas, Storable offers cloud-based access control, management software, marketing and website services, payment processing, tenant insurance, and other self-storage products. Its family of companies includes Bader, Easy Storage Solutions, SBOA Merchant Services, Select Merchant Solutions, SiteLink, storEdge and Storsmart. The company is backed by Boston-based private-equity firm Cove Hill Partners, which was founded in 2017 and manages an inaugural fund of more than $1 billion.