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Spark launches digital home move assistant

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Spark, the multi-utility group built around the property industry, has launched Tili, a digital home move assistant that sets up essential home utilities for tenants and generates extra revenue for its partners.

Tili removes the hassle of utilities management, delivering an excellent customer experience for letting and estate agents in ten taps and three minutes.

Spark CEO, Chris Gauld, said, “I’m delighted that Tili is up and running and rolling out with 80 per cent of our partners creating the opportunity for added revenue, delivering a better customer experience for thousands of movers.

Movers can rapidly confirm move-in date and contact details to councils, water, energy, broadband, phone and other services.

“We’ve worked with the property industry for ten years, we understand the challenges from issues like the tenant fees ban and the limitations which GDPR puts on our partners, so we’ve invested in a proptech platform that adds real value to our partners’ business.

“Tili, a fully populated digital assistant, lets homemovers confirm their move-in date and contact details to the local authority and water provider in just a few taps, before a really quick journey to select a great energy tariff, phone and broadband packages and Sky TV. Tili customers can access services such as removals, post redirection and finding the local gym – all free for our partners and customers.

“We’re proud of the long-term partnership we’ve enjoyed with people across the property industry. These relationships stem from our ability to deliver value-add products and services which make life easier for our partners, providing another way to deliver an awesome customer experience.”


August 22, 2018

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