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Tenant Inc. Adds One-Time Password Integration to Mariposa Self-Storage Web-Hosting Platform

Tenant Inc., a developer of real estate technology, has added one-time password integration to Mariposa, its website technology that allows consumers to rent self-storage units online. The system replaces the typical username and password authentication for when tenants want to access their accounts. Self-storage customers can now use their mobile-phone number as their username and receive a temporary, six-digit passcode via text each time they log in, according to a press release.

Each passcode is good for a single use and valid for only one minute. “We’re seeing this as a huge security enhancement for all the tenants at our customers’ properties, since all of them have personally identifiable information tied to their accounts,” said Beth Austin, chief marketing officer. “At the same time, it also makes logging into their account extra convenient, since they don’t have to remember yet another login.”

For self-storage operators who also use the company’s Hummingbird property-management software, Mariposa will recognize tenants the first time they log in and automatically link their storage units to their account, the release stated.

Headquartered in Newport Beach, Calif., Tenant Inc. offers a platform is designed to create customizable solutions for self-storage operators, including property-management software, website technology, digital-marketing services and more.

Source:
EIN Presswire, One-Time Password Comes to Tenant Inc.’s B2C Website Platform

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