OpenTech Gallery Archive
We take self-service personally. See how OpenTech got it's start.
We began building kiosks for the self storage industry nearly two decades ago with the idea that operators should be able to serve your customers even if you can’t be at your facility. Our full line of seven classic series INSOMNIAC™ kiosks proudly helped operators of all shapes and sizes upgrade their storage business with personalized self-service for 15 years until the release of the 20 Series in 2019. Year-after-year, INSOMNIAC kiosks have worked tirelessly around-the-clock to help self storage operators deliver a superior experience to your customers — no matter what life throws your way.
Click through our historical gallery archive to see how the INSOMNIAC brand came to be with the introduction of the first full-service self-serve kiosk designed exclusively for the self storage industry. As kiosk technology has evolved, operators continue to leverage these powerful self-service machines to gain a competitive edge over the competition.
Ready to learn more about our current line of INSOMNIAC kiosks? Do you know what size kiosk is right for your facility? How can you promote it to generate the most incremental revenue possible each month? These are good questions—ones we can help you answer. Feel free to
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hours and on weekends, enabling me to run our facility with
only one employee and no overtime. Customers love the kiosk
and we save money.”
industry because they provide customer convenience and sales
while helping reduce staffing costs.”
it was turned live it took three move-ins. It is truly amazing!”
the call center. Other properties average about 5-7 additional rentals monthly per store,
resulting in a 14% same-store sales increase in 2013. With the call center, we get more
income from rentals, gain occupancy and raise rates when occupancies get higher."
Instead, they can make payments or rent units at their convenience.”
an increase in occupancy from 71% to 82%, an all-time high."