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Self-Storage Security Provider PTI Integrates StorLogix Cloud Software With DoorSwap

Article-Self-Storage Security Provider PTI Integrates StorLogix Cloud Software With DoorSwap

PTI Security Systems, a provider of access-control technologies for the self-storage industry, announced an integration with DoorSwap through its cloud-based access-control software, StorLogix Cloud. The addition will simplify and streamline day-to-day management tasks for self-storage facilities using the products. Data can be accessed from anywhere, tenant information is synched in real-time, and enhancements are delivered instantly, according to a press release.

“Our goal in integrating StorLogix Cloud with an industry leader like DoorSwap is to provide self-storage facilities with a cloud-based, end-to-end solution that gives them the freedom to operate on their own terms,” said PTI Managing Director Thomas Brooks.

“We’re excited to offer the self-storage industry with an extensive integration that combines powerful access-control features, comprehensive property-management tools and all the benefits of cloud-based solutions,” said Bill Ford, president of DoorSwap.

PTI manufactures technology-enabled security solutions. Its product line includes access-control hardware and software, wired and wireless door alarms, and mobile-access solutions. The company has installed more than 40,000 systems in 30-plus countries.

DoorSwap provides cloud-based management software for self-storage operations of all sizes. Features of its tenant-management program include online reservations and payments, mobile technology, multi-property management, and analytics and reporting.

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