If you’re thinking of putting in place an online housing repair service, it’s time to weigh up the pros and cons of having a login.
Since releasing our Housing Repairs SaaS product in March, we’ve been working to extend the product’s functionality. In the last few weeks we’ve added support for communal repairs.
We’ve built a new SaaS (software as a service) product that lets residents report their housing repair needs to their local authority. It takes about 5 minutes for a resident to use. We’ve built this to help local authorities all over the UK improve the housing repairs services they provide to their residents, while saving time and money at the same time.
There’s a real challenge for those working in local government trying to make services consistently better for citizens. Many authorities need to grasp the opportunity tech gives us. As it stands, there’s too much reliance on monolithic products and the big suppliers doing very limited innovation.
The need for digital, data and technology (DDaT) skills in government grows relentlessly so we’ve put together an all-in-one package to support your organisation through a DDAT assessment with minimum disruption to your organisation.
It’s universally recognised that local authorities face increasing expectations in the face of dwindling resources. It’s widely understood that improvements can be made to social care workflows. Here’s my starter for 5 on the important questions that service teams should ask themselves.
We’ve built a SaaS product to take the hassle out of getting the information local authorities need from their users to provide their services.
Last summer we worked with Dorset Council on a discovery to improve their Children and Families digital service and make a real difference in the community.
We’ve been exploring options for our clients who currently host services on PaaS and thinking about what this means for the wider community.
You might have been as surprised as us to hear GOV.UK PaaS is being decommissioned. This has left many wondering what comes next. Fortunately, there are options…