South Africa’s valet storage company, SpaceBox, has enhanced its user experience with a new-look website, a simplified but highly secure payment system and a new Space Creation Application in a move to enhance its payment and administrative processes.
In a statement, SpaceBox said, “We’re disrupting the self-storage industry with our unique offering, and doing the same with the accompanying payment, operational and administrative processes.”
“Even the purchasing process is quick and painless. We’ve simplified online payments using powerful security enhanced authentication tools that very few e-commerce merchants offer,” wrote the company in a statement.
The new payment integration will help the firm automatically deduct the storage rental subscription each month directly from its customers’ credit or debit cards and as well enhance user safety and reduce the time involved each time.
SpaceBox adds that the firm has also moved to instant automated communication and a paperless warehousing and distribution system resulting in further reduction of SpaceBox’s environmental footprint with no wasted paper.
Launched in July last year, SpaceBox recently rolled out its services to Durban and now allows clients to store some of their own boxes (as opposed to SpaceBox’s trademark plastic containers) and other items too. “If the driver can carry it, we will store it,” he says.
In keeping with its promise to run a sustainable business, SpaceBox’s free storage containers are recyclable and reusable, making cardboard boxes redundant. SpaceBox charges R59 per month.