Housing Associations generate enormous quantities of paper and digital documentation. They face specific challenges to meet KPIs and tenant needs and to manage regulatory commitments and suppliers. Document Logistix's housing association solutions help customers to capture, store, share and retrieve the information contained in various document types so that estates perform better.
Staff and any approved stakeholders involved can see at a glance historical and current activity. Document Manager is a resourceful tool for management teams who can search by date range or view by contact type such as records, complaints or maintenance requests. Document Manager is a dynamic solution operating at the heart of your estate, with a built-in diary function that allows users to link documents to automated reminders.
To work effectively within tight budgets, manage tenant welfare, improve service levels or maximise rentals, housing associations and property management companies are turning to electronic document management (EDM) solutions to manage information and workflow.
Document Manager:Housing integrates with housing management systems and allows you to operate simple solutions for departmental functions such as finance, maintenance, complaints management, HR, health and safety, mailroom scanning, and niche issues such as ASB (anti social behaviour) and case management.
Document Manager:Housing clients frequently start out with an ambition to reduce paper based requirements that generate a mountain of paperwork and create a costly administrative burden. These initiatives alone can cut operational and support costs radically in savings on time, space and productivity.
Clients often then start to look closer at their document strategy and how fully integrated electronic solutions can support their business needs, drive efficiencies and improve service delivery by making information readily and securely available to staff, tenants and approved third parties.
Organisations that have worked with electronic document solutions for some time attest to the value of automated and semi automated processes that reduce the number of documents that are produced, processed, printed and filed.
When information is captured accurately, is always up to date, is easy to store, retrieve, access and share, the whole housing estate runs better for everyone involved.
No more rows of filing cabinets, manila folders and straining in trays with the delays, version control, lost documentation, frustration and lost days of productivity they inevitably involve.