SafeLease and Self Storage Manager Announce API Integration


SafeLease, a leading provider of self-storage tenant protection plans and insurance, and Self Storage Manager, Inc. (“SSM”), a total solutions provider for the self-storage industry, today announced the integration of their technology platforms.

The integration creates a seamless data flow between the two platforms enabling SafeLease to pull protection and insurance-related information directly from the SSM system. This streamlines automated plan enrollment and increases claims resolution efficiency.

“Self-storage businesses are always on the hunt to find new revenue channels without adding operational burden,” said Rohan Shenoy, President of Self Storage Manager. “This partnership provides our customers with automated lease compliance tools that save time and reduce manual errors. We strongly believe in providing our clients the choice of third-party services they want to integrate with SSM, and with the release of this integration, SSM clients who are interested in utilizing SafeLease tenant protection and tenant insurance services can take full advantage of the seamless transfer of insured tenant data between the two platforms.”

The integration also enables a unified view of revenue data across channels, giving store owners a complete picture of operating performance. This is an invaluable asset for operators of all sizes, enabling them to make informed decisions that improve their bottom line.

“This partnership brings together two companies that share a commitment to open platforms that elevate the industry,” said Steven Stein, CEO of SafeLease. “Our integration provides store owners with the tools and technology they need to reach their full revenue potential. This is yet another step forward in SafeLease’s mission to bring REIT-grade capabilities to storage businesses of all sizes.”

With this partnership, SafeLease and SSM are delivering innovative solutions to help store owners enhance the value of their commercial real estate assets and protect the belongings stored on their property.