KeyTrak to Help Property Managers Solve Key Control Challenges
College Station, TX — March 16, 2016 — This April, KeyTrak will be participating in three regional property management trade shows to help property managers solve security and administrative challenges related to key control. The shows KeyTrak representatives will be attending are the CAA Connect Rental Housing Conference & Expo 2016 in Santa Clara, CA on April 5; the PMEXPO 2016 in Washington, DC on April 6; and the Chicagoland Apartment Association 2016 Trade Show and Education Conference in Oakbrook Terrace, IL on April 12.
“Some of the top challenges property managers have are restricting access to their keys and implementing a reliable method for tracking where those keys are at all times,” said Richard Battle, KeyTrak vice president of sales. “Our electronic key control systems help solve those challenges by creating a 100 percent automatic verifiable audit trail. Having a way to track who has accessed tenants’ keys reduces the likelihood of losses, liability and lawsuits.”
At the show, participants will be able to learn more about KeyTrak’s Multifamily Plus system, which includes software specifically designed for the multifamily housing industry. In addition to managing keys, the system can track work orders, employee time clocks and packages. It also has the ability to integrate with property management systems.
For more information about KeyTrak events and appearances, visit keytrak.com/news.asp.About KeyTrak Inc.
Founded in 1987, KeyTrak was the first company to create a computerized drawer to safeguard and track keys and assets, and to develop industry-specific key control software. With more than 11,000 installations in government facilities, military institutions, hospitals, apartment communities, automotive dealerships, commercial facilities, high-rise buildings, universities and office complexes worldwide, KeyTrak is considered the industry leader in key control and asset management. For more information, please visit www.keytrak.com or call 888.612.0984.