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 PropTech company Tmpl have recently launched a booking system for both common and private resources. In buildings where Tmpl is integrated, the residents can easily book for example the laundry room, but also the drilling machine that a neighbour shares, directly in the app relating to their accommodation.

Tmpl provides a platform for integration of digital services regarding for example social interaction, service, and Smart Home. During the autumn of 2017, the company has launched the feature Resources. The unique aspect of this resource booking system is that residents of buildings where Tmpl is used can, via the app relating to their accommodation, add private resources that they want to share. The neighbours can then book what has been added. In this way, things can come to use in more than one household, which contributes to a more sustainable society.

– Maybe everyone doesn’t need their own drilling machine or their own car? We believe that the sharing economy contributes to a sustainable society in the long term, and at the same increases the community spirit in an area where the residents share services and resources, says Eric Anderbjörk, CEO at Tmpl.

A housing cooperative or landlord can also make common resources, that are available in building or area, bookable. Common resources can for example be laundry rooms, saunas or guest parking spots. Residents can book the common resources in the app as well as via Tmpl’s entrance display, where they identify themselves with a tag in order to book a resource.

How Tmpl works:

With the help of an app and a smart phone, residents can control their locks, alarms and other security features at home, as well as monitor their consumption of electricity and water. It is also possible to communicate with neighbours, book and share resources and have contact with surrounding service facilities such as shops, restaurants and training facilities. Tmpl is already installed in several residential areas in Uppsala and Stockholm.

For more information:

Eric Anderbjörk, Tmpl, +46 70-620 01 07