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  • Quantify Technology (QFY) has formed an agreement with The Stable Group to install its products in 18 luxury townhouses in Sydney’s northern beaches
  • Stable is an award-winning property development company with an interest in sustainability
  • This order further positions Quantify as a trusted provider of smart home solutions to various Australian properties
  • Quantify’s shares are unchanged and are trading at 0.5 cents each

Quantify Technology (QFY) has formed an agreement with The Stable Group to install its products in 18 luxury townhouses in Sydney’s northern beaches.

Stable was founded in 2003 by Ed Horton and Danny Flynn. Together, the founders have driven the company to be an award-winning Australian development and property servicer.

The agreement will see Quantify’s smart home solution installed in nearly 20 luxury townhouses in Newport.

The company’s smart home solutions replace standard power outlets and light switches to save energy and can be controlled by voice, app and touch.

Quantify’s inclusion in this project follows the installation of its smart home devices at The Burcham in Rosebery, New South Wales. This was Stable’s most recent award-winning development.

“Quantify’s smart home solution has worked very well at The Burcham and we are confident it will assist us in our mission to redefine the future of design innovation and sustainability,” The Stable Group Director Danny Flynn said.

The innovative technology company has secured a number of orders and agreements in the past three months.

Its smart home devices sparked the interest of Fokused in early November, Blaq Projects in late November, 3 Property Group just last week.

Significantly, Quantify partnered with Google Assistant – an artificial intelligence software which is available on mobile and smart home devices.

“We are delighted to continue our relationship with The Stable Group, with the inclusion of our products in these 18 smart and sustainable luxury townhouses,” Quantify CEO Brett Savill said.

Quantify’s shares are unchanged as of 10:49 am AEDT and are trading at 0.5 cents each.

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