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Allthings’ tenant management platform captures 100% of interactions between tenants, property owners and service providers. Customers do this in order to increase tenant loyalty, maximize efficiency and execute their digital brand strategy. In addition, Allthings allows customers to build up and control an ecosystem of partners that generate value beyond rent for tenants and owners, and to gather insights about their assets from the generated data. The Allthings platform offers a modular set of functions through its app store for buildings, to support residential and commercial tenant communities. It also offers an omnichannel communication infrastructure for easy tenant communication across all relevant communication channels, an open API, and SDK and interfaces for easy integration with 3rd party systems.


Founded in 2013 in Basel as a spin-off of ETH Zurich, the company has offices in Basel, Berlin and Freiburg. Its team has won numerous prizes and boasts a clientele that includes over 300 of Europe’s leading real estate companies and service providers. For more information go to

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Data transfer made easy: Allthings integrates SAP interface into its platform for digital tenant management

With this new interface, the exchange of data between the Allthings platform and the SAP RE-FX system can be automated while property owners and managers retain full control over which data should be transferred.

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Allthings releases ‘Allthings Essential’: an entry-level tenant management solution for real estate companies to take their first steps towards digitisation

Allthings Essential covers the key functions building owners and property managers need to digitise core operational processes, such as communication, documentation, and a ticketing system. 

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