Avy and Tmpl announce a definitive merger agreement forming the leading housing app and Tenant Experience Platform in the Nordics.

For over 6 years, Tmpl has developed technology adapted for humans and their home. Now Tmpl merges with Avy and the new company name becomes 
Avy-Tmpl. New name – but with the same commitment, heart and vision.

Avy-Tmpl’s combined platform results in the widest product range in the Nordics and a complete offer for property owners and residents. Together with our customers, employees and partners, we continue to look forward to working towards the vision of leading the development towards smarter and more sustainable housing.

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The Tmpl app is environmentally friendly and a smooth channel of communication between neighbours. It is also a smooth link between the residents and all the service providers in the residential area. Restaurants, gyms and shops are linked to Tmpl, and residents can book, order and shop directly from their own mobile.

Someone who wants to order food just needs to open the Tmpl app on their phone, and order their favourite take away with a few simple clicks.

– It is much easier for our customers to order in the app then it is to call us, says Zhina Bergström, who runs Rosendal’s sushi.

– You can hear a ping alert in our app in the restaurant when the order comes through. We make sure that we send a receipt to the customer right away that indicates what time the food is ready for pickup so they don’t have to wait around.

The area of Rosendal is growing rapidly as more and more residents move in. In April 2017, an ICA supermarket will open a new store that will be environmentally friendly at all levels. It will be possible to order directly from the store via the Tmpl app. Johan Schartau is an experienced food retailer who previously managed supermarkets in Sävja and Knivsta. He will now become the new director of the new store in Rosendal, and he is looking forward to getting to know his prospective customers.

The customer interaction is the best part of my job, and I want to make sure I find the right product range to suit my customers, says Johan Schartau.

He is also stressing the importance of organic and locally grown products. Not only will the food be green and durable, the entire store will have as little climate impact as possible.

The entire area of Rosendal breathes sustainability, and it’s our responsibility to achieve this, which also shows in the technology we use. ICA Nära Rosendal will also have environmentally-friendly refrigerators, freezers and lighting, a smart waste disposal system and will achieve minimal wastage of food, says Johan Schartau.

SEB USIF Arena is used by Uppsala Student’s athlete association, and is located in the heart of Rosendal. Five tennis courts, a squash court and a gym are some of the services offered in the 8,000 square foot arena, which also holds a restaurant, a salt spa and an office. Much of the activities are aimed at children and young people, but people of all ages are welcome. The beautiful arena-roof is covered by a layer of plant sedum, which compensates carbon dioxide as effectively as 750 trees would do.

– You can now book tennis or paddle slot through Tmpl, says Rikard Wendt.

Richard is the Deputy Operations Manager at USIF Arena, and he is now looking into how he can get more activities at USIF Arena made available through the app.

– It quickly became very popular when we launched the possibility to book padel and tennis slots. People liked the fact that they could book the available slots from home, and I would like us to expand on this. In the future, we may be able to let our customers book a slot for a group session, or even book in time with a personal trainer, says Rikard Wendt.