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A-1 Self Storage Orders Their First 4 INSOMNIAC 900s

Leading California Based Operator Adds Self Service to its List of Competitive Advantages PHOENIX, Arizona – October 19th, 2009 – OpenTech Alliance, Inc. announced today that The Caster Group has
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Barth Storage Enhances Customer Convenience with a Kiosk

Veteran Storage Operators Experience Success with INSOMNIAC 770 PHOENIX, Arizona – September 28, 2009 – Today OpenTech Alliance, Inc, announced that Barth Storage of Kenosha, Wisconsin has installed their first
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OpenTech Rents Units with INSOMNIAC Live! Call Center

Self Storage Call Center Veterans Join OpenTech Alliance PHOENIX, Arizona – Aug 17th, 2009 – OpenTech Alliance, Inc. announced today that their new INSOMNIAC Live! call center located in Phoenix,
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OpenTech Introduces the INSOMNIAC Self Storage Network

PHOENIX, Arizona – June 25th, 2009 – OpenTech Alliance, Inc. announced they have launched the industry’s only real-time self storage reservations network – the INSOMNIAC Self Storage Network (ISSN). ISSN will allow self storage operators to get online reservations through multiple sales channels and their property managers no longer have to waste time updating their available unit information in several different systems. Also they no longer have to play phone tag trying to connect with consumers who requested a quote. Regardless of if a self storage operator has an INSOMNIAC kiosk or not, they can join ISSN and start using the internet like it was meant to be – in real-time!
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INSOMNIAC 300 Now Rents Units for $9,000

Now even the tightest of budgets can afford the convenience of an INSOMNIAC PHOENIX, Arizona –  April  24, 2009 – OpenTech Alliance, Inc. today announced the new upgraded INSOMNIAC 300,
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INSOMNIAC Kiosks Collected Over $13M in Rental Fees in 2009

OpenTech Publishes 2009 Kiosk Usage White Paper PHOENIX, Arizona – March 16, 2010– OpenTech Alliance, Inc. announced today that it has exceeded the $29 million mark in rental fees collected
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