Managing and maintaining housing stock is a vital role for housing associations and landlords alike – and ensuring this is done in the most efficient and productive manner is paramount.
Providing respectable and affordable homes requires both sound business planning combined with the developing of new and creative approaches to managing assets.
With so much to juggle, such new and creative approaches can provide you with the helping hand you need to get ahead, particularly if you’re currently struggling to manage your complex housing operations successfully.
From overseeing large and multiple contracts, to managing repairs and maintenance as well as handling best practice procurement, Asset Management Software (AMS) can help you to stay in control and keep your housing assets in good condition.
Our latest article covers all the key benefits to be gained from Asset Management Software, and how it can help you to manage and maintain your housing stock. Find out more below…
Whether you’re a housing association, local authority, landlord or reseller, Asset Management Software (AMS) can help. In fact, AMS is a popular choice in a wide range of industries and the housing industry is no exception.
With a reasonable number of software providers offering various applications to the market, there are options out there that provide scalability, so whether you’re a large organisation, or your stock size is relatively small, there is a product for you…
But where do you start in selecting the right AMS for your housing organisation? Well, here in our latest post, we’ve put together a list of 6 tips to help you make the right choice, including important features to look out for.
Technology is transforming how services are delivered, in every possible way imaginable and it is no different with housing associations and their social housing tenants. The digital revolution we are living through has given housing […]
Integrator, the stock asset management software from Integrator Housing Solutions (IHS), has helped social landlord Bournville Village Trust (BVT) to win the National Housing Maintenance Forum award for best use of IT.