Storable Acquires Self-Storage Software Provider Easy Storage Solutions

Storable, a supplier of varied products and services to the self-storage industry, has added Easy Storage Solutions (ESS), a provider of Web-based self-storage management software, to its family of companies. The ESS leadership team will remain in their positions, according to a blog post on the Storable website.

Storable is also comprised of SiteLink and storEDGE, providers of facility-management software; SpareFoot, an online marketplace for self-storage units; SBOA Merchant Services, Select Merchant Solutions and SiteLink Merchant Services, providers of payment processing; and Bader and Storsmart, providers of self-storage tenant insurance. storEDGE also offers website-development and digital-marketing services.

Founded in 2008, ESS provides management software for small to mid-size self-storage operations. It also offers accounting and tax services, call-answering services, cloud-based access control, online marketing and search engine optimization, state specific self-storage agreements and other documents, and tenant-protection programs. Founders Ken Hendrickson and Jimmy Sorenson acquired their first self-storage facility in 2014 and a second in 2018.

“Together, our unified teams will continue to push each other to innovate with our current products while working to bring even more powerful solutions to the industry at large, all under one roof,” the blog states. “We’re excited about this next chapter in the Storable story. Our goal has been, and remains, to make our products and technology so compelling that we are the clear choice for operators. Together, with Easy Storage Solutions, we’re continuing to bring that vision to life.”

Based in Austin, Texas, Storable is backed by Boston-based private-equity firm Cove Hill Partners. Founded in 2017, Cove Hill manages an inaugural fund of more than $1 billion.

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Storable, Easy Storage Solutions Joins Forces With Storable

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