National Suppliers Council Member
KeyTrak is proud to be a National Suppliers Council (NSC) member. The NSC is made up of members of the National Apartment Association (NAA) and is composed of individuals or businesses who service, supply or otherwise deal with rental housing and other businesses or institutions who are interested in the promotion of the rental housing industry.
Gasoline Approval System
KeyTrak proudly recommends Gasoline Approval System (GAS) to its dealership customers. GAS is a web-based, DMS-agnostic purchase order (PO) system that's designed to help your dealership track, manage, and control monthly gas expenses.
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The Apartment Association of Greater Dallas represents the multifamily industry in the eleven counties surrounding Dallas. It is a trade association that offers its members professional services to develop their teams, communities, and companies.
AAGO represents all segments of the multifamily industry in central Florida including apartment communities, owners and management companies, multifamily developers, investors, suppliers of products and services, and the thousands of individuals that work within the multifamily industry.
The Apartment Association of Kansas City was established in 1974 to protect and inspire the multi-family industry through superior education, advocacy, and communication.
The mission of that Apartment Association of Metro Denver is to enhance member and association profitability, prosperity, and professional growth through legislative representation, educational advancement, information, and networking opportunities.
The Apartment Association of Nebraska, Inc. (AAN) was founded by a group of property managers and owners in July of 2002. AAN's reach extends across the state and includes the city of Council Bluffs, IA. Rural members can take advantage of all of our benefits and video feed of education sessions. We are an association of apartment communities, apartment owners, managers, suppliers, and professionals dedicated to promoting and advancing the needs of the apartment industry.
The Apartment Association of New Mexico (AANM) is a private non-profit trade organization dedicated to providing a common foundation for rental housing industry professionals and the various businesses that service the industry. Founded in 1979, AANM has more than 800 primary and associate members, representing over 60,000 rental units throughout the state. AANM promotes professionalism, education, career development, and proactive legislative efforts to benefit owners, investors, residents, and other association members.
APTS is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization that unites the housing community across New York through leadership, advocacy, education, and networking.
Founded over 50 years ago, the Arizona Multihousing Association (AMA) is the statewide trade association for the apartment industry, representing more than 2,000 members in legislative, legal and regulatory matters. The AMA provides services, products, educational programs and networking opportunities to promote ethical, quality rental housing throughout Arizona.
The Arkansas Apartment Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the professional advancement of the apartment industry. It’s a coalition of local apartment and rental property owners, management companies, and vendors that supply goods and services to the multifamily housing industry. The association’s goal is to promote heightened professionalism through education, legislation, and its communities.
The Atlanta Apartment Association (AAA) is the multifamily housing trade association for the Atlanta Metropolitan area. Founded in 1975, AAA is one of the largest local apartment associations in the country and an affiliate of the Georgia Apartment Association and the National Apartment Association. Currently, AAA represents over 1,200 member companies consisting of 340 companies managing 400,000+ apartment homes, and over 800 businesses that provide products and services to the industry.
The Austin Apartment Association is a trade association serving anyone who owns or manages rental property — from a single-family home to condos, to multi-unit apartment communities — as well as those who provide services to the rental housing industry.
The Baton Rouge Apartment Association (BRAA) is a local trade association formed in 1975 representing owners, developers, investors, managers, and employees of apartment communities and vendors who provide products and services to the industry. Throughout its history, BRAA has dedicated itself to serving the needs of the Greater Baton Rouge multifamily industry. BRAA is affiliated with both the Apartment Association of Louisiana and the National Apartment Association; members of BRAA are also members of the state and national association.
The Bay Area Apartment Association (BAAA) currently represents over 250,000+ apartment homes in the Greater Tampa Bay Area. Its membership includes individual owners, property management companies, apartment communities, and suppliers who provide products and services for the rental housing industry.
The Charleston Apartment Association is a nonprofit organization including professionals who support, serve, advocate for, and educate the multifamily industry. Its members are dedicated to the industry’s growth and evolution.
Founded in 1989, Chicagoland Apartment Association (CAA) is the only affiliate of the National Apartment Association (NAA) in the state of Illinois. As a non-profit trade association, we are dedicated to serving the needs of the industry. CAA's membership is comprised of over 236 companies who manage more than 230,000 apartment homes. Together with its supplier partner members who provide needed products and services, CAA works to promote and advance the apartment industry in greater Chicagoland and throughout the state.
The Columbus Apartment Association’s purpose is to provide legislative, education, and networking services for our members who are the companies who own or manage multifamily communities and the companies that service the apartment industry.
Since 1971, the Florida Apartment Association has worked to ensure high property management standards and resident satisfaction and safety in Florida. Volunteer leaders from throughout the state meet three times a year to discuss issues and challenges facing the multifamily housing sector. The association at both the state and local level also provides important social and career benefits for industry personnel.
With 200+ companies that own or manage more than 100,000 apartment homes in the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky area, the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Apartment Association is the voice for the multifamily industry in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
The Greater Iowa Apartment Association (GIAA) is a nonprofit association dedicated to serving the needs of the multifamily industry. Its membership includes over 490 companies who manage more than 48,000 apartment homes.
The Greater Nashville Apartment Association (GNAA), founded in 1968, supports the rental housing industry in Nashville and Middle Tennessee through its 3 core tenets: Advocate • Communicate • Educate. GNAA represents over 130,000 units managed by 89 companies and supported by 354 supplier businesses who provide products and services to GNAA members. GNAA is an affiliate of both the National Apartment Association and the Tennessee Apartment Association.
The Houston Apartment Association is the leading advocate, resource, and community partner for quality rental housing providers in the Houston and surrounding area. HAA represents 946 owner/management companies and 850 product/service supplier companies. With more than 620,000 apartment homes in more than 3,000 apartment communities HAA represents over 90 percent of the Houston and surrounding areas apartments.
The MMHA serves the multi-housing industry and our communities by promoting and maintaining the highest professional standards of excellence. It provides education, information, and legislative and advocacy services, enabling members to operate successfully while contributing to the surrounding community.
Founded in 1953, the Massachusetts Apartment Association today represents owners and managers of 165,000+ units across the state.
The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA) supports the multi-housing industry through public policy leadership, educational opportunities, innovations, communications, and marketing in ways that enhance the industry for its members, its residents, and its communities. In everything MHA does, it has the interests of its 1,900 members and their more than 400,000 units in mind.
The Mississippi Apartment Association, an affiliate of the National Apartment Association, promotes and enhances the professionalism of the apartment industry by providing quality education, national designations, networking events, and trade shows. Additionally, its members provide a unifying body to lobby for or against local, state, and federal laws and regulations that affect the apartment industry.
Multifamily NW was created to represent residential property managers, owners, and vendors throughout Portland, Southern Washington, and down through the Willamette Valley to Medford. Its members manage over 200,000 units in these areas and represent every service related to the industry.
The National Apartment Association envisions a world where rental housing is a valued partner in every community. NAA is the leading voice for the rental housing industry and as a trusted partner, valued connector, and a powerful advocate, it is committed to serving 149 state and local affiliates, over 93,000 members and more than 10.5 million apartment homes globally.
The New Jersey Apartment Association is the premier statewide organization representing all facets of the multifamily rental housing industry, advancing the success and professionalism of its membership through government affairs advocacy, education, training, and industry events.
The Pennsylvania Apartment Association (PAA) was formed on January 1, 2020 when the three NAA affiliates (PAA-West, PAA-Central and PAA-East) formed one state association. The PAA mission is to serve the Pennsylvania apartment industry as the trusted, preeminent resource for all stakeholders and partners through advocacy, education, and collaboration.
Since 1952, Property Management Association (PMA) has enabled property management professionals to advance professionally by offering practical education and networking opportunities. PMA is a thriving community of more than 1,800 property management professionals who manage an estimated 750,000 residential units and in excess of 100 million square feet of commercial, retail, and mixed-use space. PMA’s resources include nearly 400 Associate Member firms that provide products and services property managers and properties use daily.
RHA Utah is a nonprofit trade association designed to protect, educate, connect, and grow the rental industry in the state of Utah. It represents over 2,500 landlords and over 105,000 units. Its members range from basement apartment owners to large international management companies.
The Space Coast Apartment Association is a private nonprofit trade organization dedicated to providing a common forum and network for multifamily housing industry professionals and the various businesses that serve the apartment industry.
The St. Louis Apartment Association (SLAA) was chartered in 1976 for the purpose of advancing the general welfare of the multi-family housing industry within the Metropolitan St. Louis area. SLAA strives to accomplish this goal by conducting educational seminars and networking events for the benefit of the members and the industry.
Hampton Roads Chapter — HRAC, a chapter of the Virginia Apartment Management Association, is a leading advocate for quality rental housing. It serves the interest of rental housing owners, managers, developers, and suppliers by maintaining a high level of professionalism in the rental housing industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public.
ACUHO-I is the leading organization of choice for campus housing and residence life professionals and home to more than 17,000 professionals representing 3.2 million
on-campus students from around the globe.
As a regional affiliate of ACUHO-I, GLACUHO’s mission is to provide the best opportunities for Great Lakes-area housing officers to learn, lead and serve.
The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) is the largest professional association devoted to excellence in campus public safety and law enforcement. Its 4,200+ members are police chiefs, public safety directors, law enforcement officers, and security personnel at higher education institutions across the globe.
SEAHO is the leading resource for the higher education housing industry in the southeast. It advances excellence in housing programs and staff by promoting best practices, networking, professional development, and involvement opportunities.
WACUHO is the professional organization that is dedicated to exceptional collegiate residential experiences by promoting meaningful connections and providing innovative, relevant professional development and services to its members.
The Florida Association of Governmental Fleet Administrators is a professional fleet management association exceeding 250 members from all levels of government within the State of Florida. It actively sponsors training, professional development, and education for its members and their technicians and professional staff.
The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators is the largest professional association devoted to excellence in campus public safety and law enforcement. Its members are police chiefs, public safety directors, law enforcement officers, and security personnel at higher education institutions across the globe. It has more than 4,200 members representing 1,000+ institutions of higher education in 11 countries.
The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association (MCOPA) is comprised of nearly 400 municipal and campus law enforcement executives from all across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The MCOPA remains very active in collaboration efforts with other law enforcement associations and agencies, in the Massachusetts Legislature, and in the appellate state and federal courts on issues affecting law enforcement.
VACP promotes the professional development of all executive and management law enforcement personnel within the Commonwealth of Virginia. Its more than 600 members are made up of active and retired federal, state, local, and private law enforcement and criminal justice agency executives, administrators, and managers. Members also include persons in law enforcement-related businesses, support industries, or government agencies.
Certified Integration Partners
Dealerships own their data and should have choices on how best to share and use it. CDK Global’s Third-Party Access Program lets dealers choose the vendors with whom they want to share data by providing participating third parties with secure application programming interfaces (APIs).
CDK Global’s Third-Party Access Program APIs give the dealer control over who is granted access to their programming interfaces without compromising security, and they give vendors API programming options to best serve their dealers.
KeyTrak Edge Automotive systems directly with MOGO, which elevates GPS tracking into a tool for inventory management, service retention, F&I profitability, and customer satisfaction. MOGO provides real-time GPS theft recovery and tracking devices and services for dealership and fleet vehicles, motorcycles, boats, RVs, and ATVs. You can trust MOGO to protect your valuable transportation assets.
Open/Mate by Auto/Mate
Open/Mate allows third-party vendors to integrate with Auto/Mate’s DMS. With Open/Mate, all data exchanged between Auto/Mate’s DMS and third-party vendors is delivered instantly and securely in both directions. Real-time integration greatly eliminates redundancy and delivers accurate information for better decision-making, compared with data exchanges performed via batch deliveries for auto dealers.
Reynolds and Reynolds RCI Program
The Reynolds and Reynolds RCI program provides safe, secure and monitored interfaces for third parties to use in accessing information from Reynolds’ systems, including ERA®, POWER, and FOCUS.
RCI helps ensure that third parties in the United States and Canada receive only data a dealership intends and that tools are available to monitor and track what data is being accessed by whom. The program also provides third parties with technical support and software upgrades that improve compatibility and make the exchange of data more reliable.