Right Move Storage and VaultDrop Announce Free, Unlimited Cloud Storage Product for Self-Storage Customers

February 14, 2017 Off By Hoofer
Grazed from Right Move Storage, LLC and VaultDrop, LLC

Today, Right Move Storage, LLC and VaultDrop, LLC announced the implementation of their new Free Unlimited Cloud Storage product for all customers at properties operated by Right Move Storage. By combining traditional self storage with free unlimited cloud storage, Right Move Storage is accommodating all of their customers’ needs by providing safe, secure cloud and physical storage.

"This is a ground-breaking idea," said Darren Kelley, President of Right Move Storage. "It was first presented to me by A.J. Esmailzadeh, Co-Founder of VaultDrop, LLC. We began working together to offer storage owners a unique product which creates incremental revenue and profit for the owner, while also providing an amenity to help them gain and retain customers."

Positive Customer Impact
Many Right Move customers have already benefited from using their Free Unlimited Cloud Storage provided by VaultDrop. "Customers are having fun with our managers learning how to use their new services. It creates more interaction and gives the customers a little ‘Lagniappe’ – that’s Cajun for a ‘Little Something Extra,’" Kelley says. Customers may use the cloud storage to store their photos, music, documents, and videos for sharing with friends and family. They also receive their storage invoices and other information from the property directly to their VaultDrop account. VaultDrop can be accessed through the web as well as through its user friendly mobile app.

Owner Revenue Growth
"Since implementing VaultDrop across our self storage portfolio, our properties are realizing two to three additional rentals per month and generating incremental revenue, much like our tenant insurance program. We see this as a competitive edge, and as the industry becomes more homogenous, Free Unlimited Cloud Storage offers owners a product which sets them apart from the competition."