SiteLink Updates Real-Time Mobile Reporting

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SiteLink users access reports in real-time from handheld devices.

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SiteLink’s Mobile Reporting module serves the many operators requiring information on-the-go.

SiteLink, the leader in software for self-storage and portable storage, announces the latest version of its SiteLink Mobile Reporting module. The new feature shows reports on virtually any internet browser to SiteLink users on their computer, smart phone or tablet PC at webreports.smdsoftware.com.

“Clients demand instant, real-time information on handheld devices and PCs,” said Jim Ferguson, SiteLink's Marketing Manager. “Owners and managers can view reports in a browser and make more timely decisions.”

Using any smart phone, tablet computer, MAC™ or PC, SiteLink users access reports by store or as consolidated documents. The Mobile reporting module runs not just on iPhones™ and iPads™ but all smart mobile devices including Android™ tablet PCs and Android™ phones.

“SiteLink’s Mobile Reporting module serves the many operators requiring information on-the-go,” said Markus Hecker, SiteLink's COO. “All reports are real-time and show the actual, historical data going back to the day users started Web Edition. SiteLink does not restrict access by archiving data. Users access complete historical information anytime.”

Formatted for virtually all internet-ready devices, the SiteLink Mobile Reporting tool universally operates on all brands and eliminates cumbersome, costly development of device-specific applications. SiteLink’s Mobile Reporting system delivers all historical and current corporate reports, not just high level documents, on one portal.

“The new reports module looks sensational,” said Dallas Dogger, Centreforce Technology’s president and CEO. “It’s a major addition to SiteLink Web Edition. SiteLink continues to assert its leadership in complete web systems and proves once more the commitment to offering ever more value to storage operators.”

About SiteLink

With more than 5,000 installations worldwide, SiteLink Web Edition is one of the most popular web systems in the self-storage industry. More than 65 of the top 100 operators run Web Edition today. Web Edition’s popularity stems from its user-friendly and reliable design. Web Edition is highly scalable and easy to deploy. At no additional charge to users, Web Edition integrates with other platforms such as smart phones, websites, listing services, INSOMNIAC KIOSKS and central mail providers. Powerful features like revenue management, integrated CRM, email and texting allow users to grow revenue and lower their cost of ownership. The company’s commitment to service, continuous updates and product quality have made Web Edition a favorite among single- and multi-store operators alike.

Please contact Markus Hecker at 919-865-0789 x1, markus(at)smdsoftware(dot)com, http://www.smdsoftware.com for more information today.

About Centreforce Technology

For more than 10 years, Brisbane-based Centreforce Technology has been Australia’s largest technology and web solutions provider for the self-storage industry servicing Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. Centreforce offers storage operators management software, software support, a full range of security equipment and website integration to boost property values and cut operating expenses. Centreforce counts significant operators in Australia and Singapore among its customers. The most popular items in Centreforce’s product line are the AccessEzy digital access control and alarm system, SiteLink Web Edition and Rapid Stor. Rapid Stor integrates with SiteLink’s API to enable online reservations and move-ins and has resulted in measurable rental increases at leading operators in the region.

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