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Basel – The real estate developer Losinger Marazzi will use the platform Allthings for an additional 45 property and real estate projects. The app facilitates communication between property users and property managers.
Losinger Marazzi has already used Allthings apps for a number of projects over the past two years, including Erlenmatt West in Basel, Im Lenz in Lenzburg, Greencity in Zurich, the office location Twist Again in Bern, as well as the residential complex Sommerrain in Ostermundigen in the canton of Bern.
According to a statement from the Basel-based app developer, it will continue to cooperate with Losinger Marazzi, which is based in Bern, over the coming three years.
Each project will be equipped with a customised app based on the Allthings platform. The apps facilitate communication between residents and users of the sites and buildings on the one hand and property managers on the other. The use of a single platform for all properties makes it possible to analyse and compare different projects.
“Losinger Marazzi continues along the path it has been following for the last two years. In doing so, it is the first property and real estate developer worldwide to equip all of its properties with a digital platform for its operating period,” said Stefan Zanetti, founder and CEO of Allthings.
“Data about happenings in buildings will play a central role in the future: Property developers and owners can use it to optimise potential for ongoing and new projects. It can also be used to develop new business models.”
Pascal Bärtschi, CEO of Losinger Marazzi, regards the app as an important step in the digitalisation of the industry.
“We want to assert ourselves as an industry leader and, as such, digitalisation is an important consideration for us,” said Bärtschi. “In the future, life will not only take place in real, constructed buildings and spaces, but also in the digital dimension of a property.”