According to an Allthings statement, "15 business leaders from all segments of the real estate industry and the tech scene" took part in the financing round. The venture capital firm Creathor Venture also participated, as did all previous investors and new staff members.
"Good and sustainably successful properties are those in which all stakeholders – tenants, owners, management, and developers – can simply communicate with one another. In addition, good properties offer their users suitable modern services", said investor Andreas Wende. "Neither of these things is the case with the majority of properties today, but Allthings provides a solution to both of them, and does so impressively, thanks to its modular architecture."
Allthings operates an intelligent platform of the same name that enables digital communication among property owners, property managers and tenants. The app includes a variety of digital services related to living and working in buildings. Part of the platform consists of a digital concierge in the form of what’s known as a chatbot.
"The capital allows us to expand our developer platform, seamlessly integrate a number of ERP systems into Allthings and expand our end-to-end process engine, in addition to expanding our distribution to meet demand on an international scale," said Stefan Zanetti, founder and CEO of Allthings, adding that the next steps include expanding the platform and growth in Europe.