Every business needs a strategy, a framework around which to align your company goals and objectives.
Traditionally unchallenged by competitor innovation and customer expectations, the housing sector is now – in a post-Grenfell, post-pandemic world – facing challenges like never before.
Our latest whitepaper, written by our CTO Simon Evans, outlines the transformation challenge that faces the housing sector today, and lays out the route to building a technical strategy that will deliver better business outcomes – even in this most demanding of contexts.
With fundamental change required across much of the housing sector, the pressure is on housing associations and landlords to deliver. But how can organisations manage the cost of vital improvements and ensure that change programmes are prioritised to deliver the right business outcomes?
The UK was the first major economy to lay out, in law, the targets to deliver net zero greenhouse gas emissions, and the housing sector has been singled out as fundamental to achieving that target. Understand how a solid technical strategy can also help your business decide what not to do when driving change for good.
The pandemic showed us that those who planned for the worst and were able to adapt their behaviours and plans with changing circumstances, were the ones who did the best. We look at how the housing sector – and any business - can be better prepared for the next crisis, whatever that may be.
Technology has proved time and time again throughout the pandemic to be the pillar on which housing organisations and their tenants can lean.
Across housing providers pockets of innovation have sprung up in response and our unique experience developing solutions for housing associations and landlords has exposed us to both the huge challenges that face the sector, as well as the vast opportunities that are there for the taking.