March 26, 2014
College Station, TX

ems, will help members of the 2014 Western Association of College and University Housing Officers (WACUHO) discover how to improve their institutions’ security practices with electronic key control. This year’s theme is “Moving Forward Together.”

“What’s great about WACUHO events is that attendees are there to learn how to maintain high-quality education housing facilities,” said Vice President of Sales Richard Battle. “KeyTrak is able to help housing officers meet that goal by helping them improve the efficiency of their key control practices and provide adequate protection for their tenants and properties. With more 25 years in the key control business, we’re well acquainted with these security concerns and know how to address them.”

Using a computerized drawer and key tags that use iButton technology, KeyTrak creates a record of every key or asset added to or removed from the system using software designed specifically for the multifamily industry. For greater efficiency, KeyTrak also offers options for integration with property management systems.

At this year’s show, attendees will have the opportunity to take part in educational sessions, network with vendors and other housing officers and hear from keynote speakers Dr. John Tymitz, Lee Mun Wah and Teri Bump.

For more information about WACUHO, visit

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 apartment communities, hospitals, military institutions, government facilities, 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 or call 888.612.0984.