Target’s digital transformation with mobile technologies has revolutionised the way they work and was shortlisted at the Housing Digital Innovation Awards 2023.
Read our 9 success highlights on what you should look out for when procuring and implementing a new system
Through digital transformation with mobile technologies, Target are now better equipped to maximise time and keep case files up-to-date, whilst saving time, money, fuel and reducing carbon footprint.
Dimensions, one of the UK’s largest not-for-profit organisations, are dedicated to providing high quality personalised support for people with learning disabilities and autism, helping them to be actively engaged with and contribute to their communities. People and their families are at the heart of everything Dimensions does. Having started off with just a single phone and a rented office space in 1976, the organisation now spans across the UK with a team of 7,000 strong.
Thorner’s Homes have been providing almshouse accommodation to women in need in Southampton since 1793.
In more recent history, Target Housing invested more than ever to expand the services they provide to complex needs’ clients. Including £30M in 30 properties, procuring a 24/7 hostel in Rotherham and extensions to council allocated support projects. All these are maintained using the Pyramid Housing Management system, which has served Target Housing since 2011.
One CIC have awarded a contract for OmniLedger to supply them with a Pyramid Housing Management system. Read the full story here.
First registered in 1985 to meet the housing and support needs of the Irish community, Innisfree Housing Association now owns and manages over 550 homes mainly across the London Boroughs of Brent, Camden and Haringey.
SHAL Housing delivers their tenants new homes, more property investment and greater supported services.
Action provides Supported Housing and services for those in need, around South Yorkshire and Derbyshire, with Pyramid Housing and Case Management.