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StorageAuctions.com Integrates Online-Auction Platform With Storage Commander Self-Storage Software

StorageAuctions.com, a provider of online self-storage auction services, has integrated with Storage Commander self-storage management software. As a result, Storage Commander Cloud customers will have a “direct path” to uploading delinquent units for auction and automating the lien-sale process on the StorageAuctions.com platform, according to a press release.

“We see this integration as a key to our company’s continued growth and development,” said Lonnie Bickford CEO of StorageAuctions.com. “Improving and perfecting the customer experience is at the forefront of [our] core values, and integrating with Storage Commander allows us to accomplish just that. We look forward to further expanding the scope of this integration.”

“The ability to manage and streamline the auction process for self-storage is important to any operator who intends to save time and money,” added Thomas Smith, CEO of Storage Commander Software LLC. “We couldn’t be happier to offer the experience and tools that StorageAuctions.com brings to our users.”

Launched in 2016, StorageAuctions.com is online platform for self-storage auction buyers and sellers. The site allows registered users to browse and bid on one or more live auctions from a desktop computer or mobile device.

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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