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The Storage Group Integrates ClickandStor Move-In Platform With Storage Commander Self-Storage Software

The Storage Group (TSG), an Internet-marketing company that serves the self-storage industry, has integrated its ClickandStor online-rental tool with Storage Commander self-storage management software. As a result, Storage Commander customers will be able to use ClickandStor as part of their website framework, allowing tenants to reserve units online, pay bills and move in, according to a press release.

“We have always kept the end user in mind with all of our partnerships; this integration with Storage Commander is no different,” said Steve Lucas, CEO of TSG. “We are so proud to partner with Storage Commander. Their team has been incredible, and their software is backed by more than 20 years of software experience in the self-storage industry.”

“We’ve been a longtime fan of The Storage Group’s expertise and knowledge of the self-storage industry,” added Steve Smith, chief operating officer of Storage Commander Software LLC. “We’re thrilled to be able to bring their premier online rental tool, ClickandStor, in as an added benefit for Storage Commander users.”

Based in Altamonte Springs, Fla., TSG provides online tools and marketing solutions including local-listing management, mobile websites, online rentals, pay-per-click advertising, search engine optimization, social media marketing and website development.

Based in Murrieta, Calif., Storage Commander was launched in 1998. The company’s cloud-based, standalone software allows for online reservations and payments. It also includes built-in debit, credit and electronic-check processing as well as customized billing, a reports suite and more. The firm was acquired by Fullsteam, a holding company specializing in software and payments businesses, in February.

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