We are pleased owners around the world choose SiteLink for its ability to adapt to local currencies and business rules. Users pick their language with a click of a button
Raleigh, NC (Vocus) March 23, 2010
SMD Software, Inc, the industry leader for self-storage and portable storage management software, marks another milestone with a record number of international users switching to SiteLink Web Edition. Operators demand instant savings and additional revenue pick SiteLink for features like Revenue Management, enterprise-level reporting, e-commerce and Mail Outsourcing. As the world grows closer together, so does the community of SiteLink users inside and outside of the US.
SiteLink welcomes National Storage, one of the largest Australian operators who rolled out SiteLink at 60 stores, to the fast-growing group of SiteLink users in Canada, Central and South America, Australia, Asia, Europe, and Africa. SiteLink has customized tools to adapt to each region.
Carson Block and his Shanghai-based Love Box Self-Storage, winner of the 2009 Facility-of-the-year award, explains why SiteLink and its Mandarin Chinese version was a natural choice: “We require dual-language screens and forms. We rely on the strong security controls and the web-based architecture which has already prevented data loss in two computer crashes.”
“We are pleased owners around the world choose SiteLink for its ability to adapt to local currencies and business rules. Users pick their language with a click of a button” says Markus Hecker, COO of SiteLink Software.
Established in 1996, SiteLink has emerged as the leader in portable and self-storage management software with over 9,000 installations worldwide. Used by 50% of the Top 100 Operators, SiteLink Web Edition is the fastest growing and leading web-based application for storage operations. SiteLink users enjoy the fastest performance of any software, secure processing, great customer service, and ease of use.
Contact SiteLink today for more info at 919.865.0789, ext. 1, or visit smdsoftware.com.
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