IT & Technology

SIA Limited

Hometrack dataMAP is a powerful business tool that has the ability to identify the optimal locations for development and evaluate the viability of sites. It provides the evidence base for planning negotiations, identifies demand for new housing, develop investment strategies, inform investment decisions and benchmark existing assets against a range of housing risk indicators.

Contact: Maria Espin

M3 Housing

M3 Housing publishes NHF Schedule of Rates and a range of products dealing with maintenance and Pamwin for development appraisal and project management. Our products
are used by over 400 housing associations and local authorities, providing services to more than 2 million tenants.

M3 Consultancy LLP advises on asset management strategies, policies and procedures, procurement, partnering, health and safety, DLO reviews, value for money and efficiency in procurement, and other housing management issues.

Epix Systems Limited

Computer software: End-to-end maintenance control systems and mobile working solutions integrated with an expert system call centre, automatic job allocation and real-time back office systems. Provides full visibility of each contractor`s/ engineer`s current activity, capacity and workload. Key performance indicators are automatically updated on screen.

Contact: Stephen Earl

Centrio

At Centrio, we supply unique web-enabled business intelligent solutions to our corporate and SME customers.

Web Enabled Business Intelligence is at the heart of all our products.

Our products include property management systems, project management systems, timesheet systems, and documentation management systems.

We have also designed industry specific business solutions

Consilium Technologies

IT solutions to Housing Associations and Local Government across the UK. Our solutions are developed specifically to address the changes and challenges that you face. Some of our key innovations include our suite of e-Procurement modules, mobile working, housing management portals and complementary hosted applications.

Contact: David Cockayne

IBS OPENSystems

IBS OPENSystems is a dedicated supplier of software solutions to Local Authorities and Housing Organisations throughout the UK. IBS offers a fully integrated product range, which includes:

  • OPENHousing Housing Management Solution
  • OPENFinancials Accounting and Financial Management
  • OPENContractor Contract Services Software
  • OPENRevenues Management and Administration of Revenues & Benefits

Our solutions are based on 25 years of detailed technological knowledge.  »

Paloma Systems Ltd

Paloma Systems Limited has over 16 years of experience working with Local Authorities and Housing Associations, with 50+ clients across the UK ranging from small (20 units) to medium-sized (5,000).

Our dedicated housing software is flexible and easy to use, with extensive reporting facilities and encompasses:-  »

In4Systems

In4systems1 team of Systems Analysts, Programmers and Property Professionals is in its 22nd year developing asset management software for the social housing and property management market.

Their main product, Promaster, encompasses their unrivalled depth of knowledge and experience in this specialised sector. They are now market leaders in this field with over 800,000 units managed.  »

NCC Group

NCC Group is the leading independent provider of consultancy and testing services to the social housing sector with experience going back over 20 years. With over 250 existing clients, we specialise in ensuring they are supported by robust and cost effective ICT, information and business processes closely aligned to their business objectives which are efficient, secure and demonstrate value for money.  »

Northgate Information Solutions

Northgate’s housing solution puts the citizen at the heart of service delivery. It is the market leader used by local authorities, ALMOs, registered social landlords and other not-for-profit and private housing providers in the management of over 1.75 million properties – more than a third of the country’s social housing stock.

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