Live date: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Duration: Approximately one hour (includes audience Q&A)
Presenter: Terry Bagley, President of Smart Entry and Facility Automation, Janus International
Registration: Click here to access the on-demand version.
It’s no secret that mobile devices play an increasingly important role in our lives and business operations. If you’re like most Americans, you likely spend several hours per day on your smart device! Mobile technology has changed the way consumers interact with each other and with businesses. That’s why it’s more important than ever to reach self-storage customers on their phone at every stage of the buying cycle. From marketing and advertising to rentals and payments to property access, we need to reach prospects and tenants where they are—their phone! In this webinar, we tackle the following:
- Consumer smart-phone behavior and how it impacts self-storage operators
- How to market and sell to prospective customers on their smart devices
- How smart phones and locks solve the final piece of the automated, online rental process
- How to monetize customer-facing mobile technology at your storage facility
- Considerations for implanting mobile technology at existing and new storage sites
About the presenter:
Terry Bagley is president of smart entry and facility automation at Janus International. He oversees the development and implementation of smart entry and security technology designed to help self-storage operators increase the value of their facilities and improve operation. He’s spent more than 16 years providing leading-edge tools to the industry.
Janus International is a global manufacturer and supplier of turnkey self-storage building solutions including roll-up and swing doors, hallway systems, and relocatable storage systems. It also has a rapidly growing technology division designed to help self-storage operators automate facility operation, improve security, and create a more convenient customer experience. Janus offers a full suite of smart-entry and access-control products, including Bluetooth smart locks, mobile entry and monitoring apps, and smart keypads. Headquartered in Temple, Ga., it operates out of eight U.S. locations and three in Europe.