Sharebox to Launch White Label Platform at Host 2019
Tailored to property managers, holiday rental operators, real estate managers, hotels, hospitality, convenience chains, car rental brands and car repair chains, the white label programme will allow clients to white label their Sharebox cabinets and allow them to completely integrate with their own applications. They’ll be able to brand the body of the cabinet and add their logo to be displayed on the Sharebox touch screen including their own customer support messages and phone number. By controlling all communications internally, Sharebox’s customers will be able to maintain a single voice to their own customers, thereby increasing their satisfaction ratings.
Established in 2016, Sharebox offers customers a secure and simplified service to ensure a safe and efficient handover of keys. Completely managed by a mobile phone app, Sharebox’s cabinets, placed at central locations, provide anyone who needs to share keys like Airbnb hosts, property managers and car sharing services, with a large network of trusted key exchange locations across London. With Sharebox, key owners can stash keys in a secure, conveniently-located cabinet which guests can access through the Sharebox app.
The app will notify the owner when the cabinet has been opened so in terms of tracking keys, with Sharebox it is easy because owners know exactly where keys are and who has taken them.
Arne Eivind Arnesen, CEO and Co-Founder of Sharebox, says:
"Used by over 100,000 customers, our solution has proved to simplify every aspect of the key exchange process. Sharebox removes the issues and confusion that people have with lock boxes and users are simply guided by the Sharebox app. We are proud to offer a 24/7 customer service so that, if need be, a support team can help within seconds, by chat or phone.
"We are very much looking forward to launching our exciting new whitelabel service at HOST, a service which sets us apart from the rest and allows our customers further control of their key exchange service."