Housing showcase: Power up your processes with Microsoft 365
Fantastic results are being achieved across the sector using Microsoft’s Power Platform, and we’re thrilled that organisations are embracing this innovative approach… it’s only right that we share these excellent use-case examples with you too…
Join us on Tuesday 29th September at 10am for a unique Power Platform showcase event. We’ll be joined by some of our housing association customers who will be taking us through the Power Apps that have replaced their manual processes and discussing how their organisations have benefitted from using the Power platform.
As a 10 Gold-competency Microsoft partner and experienced IT services provider to the social housing sector, we’ve recently seen more and more housing associations realising the potential of the Microsoft 365 application suite, and most notably, the Power Platform.
Whether your organisation has already utilised Power Apps and you’re looking for inspiration for your next project, or you’re not familiar with the platform yet and want to see its potential, this webinar is the perfect opportunity to join peers in your sector to share ideas and best practice.
Power Apps enables you to take a digital-first approach to a broad range of processes that would typically require manual input. With the flexibility to use both canvas and model-driven options to build Apps that suit the needs of your organisation.
- Introduction from TSG’s housing team
- Canvas or model-driven?
- Versatile approach to delivery
- App showcase:
- CHP – Neighbourhoods app
- Selwood – Person Centred Risk Assessment app
- Loreburn – Health & Safety app
- Q & A
Established in 2002 and based in Chelmsford, Essex, CHP is a locally managed and governed housing association, responsible for managing 10,500 homes and providing services to over 25,000 customers. It’s mission – to transform lives by creating great homes for everyone.
Last year CHP completed 375 new homes, and in July it secured a place in the Inside Housing Top 50 Biggest Builders list for the fifth successive year.
About the app
Enabling neighbourhood colleagues to view key customer, tenancy, property information and activity within their neighbourhood during a specified period of time, CHP’s neighbourhood app empowers officers access to real time data from back-office systems and kick-start key processes.
Selwood Housing Group
Based in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, Selwood Housing Group is a charitable social enterprise with over 6,500 homes for rent at affordable prices in Wiltshire, Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset.
Alongside delivering emergency repairs, gas services and essential caretaking duties, the not-for-profit organisation recently introduced a new welfare calling service, designed to support its customers during and after the coronavirus pandemic by making phone calls those who may be vulnerable.
About the app
Selwood will be showcasing its person-centred risk assessment app, which allows the collection of data and follow up actions/cases, feeding the information back into the Aareon HMS.
Loreburn Housing Group
A registered charity, established in 1982, Loreburn Housing Group own and manage over 2,500 properties across Dumfries & Galloway, offering a wide variety of high-quality accommodation to suit a range of needs, whilst striving to help build strong and sustainable communities by improving the opportunities available to local people.
The organisation is continuously looking for ways to improve and provide a great service to customers and the current coronavirus epidemic has accelerated the implementation of agile working throughout the organisation and the expansion of online services.
About the app
Loreburn Housing Group’s dedicated health & safety application was developed to automate the reporting of adverse events, assist in the collection of information and trend analysis and management of actions, ensure timely notifications and escalations, as well as improved access for agile working.
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Please note: This session will be held as a Microsoft Teams Live Event. A link to join will be sent via email no later than Monday 28th September.
Type of event? Online seminar
Who should attend? MD’s, FD’s, SD’s, MDs, FDs, SDs
Why attend the event? Whether your organisation has already utilised Power Apps and you’re looking for inspiration for your next project, or you’re not familiar with the platform yet and want to see its potential, this webinar is the perfect opportunity to join peers in your s