With customer service expectations changing, coupled with a growing need to improve staff efficiency whilst reducing costs, housing associations are increasingly turning to the cloud to achieve their digital transformation goals.
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With the housing sector traditionally laden with inefficient manual and paper-based processes, coupled with a growing trend towards mergers, digital transformation is now firmly at the top of housing associations' agendas.
"One size does not fit all and the shift to a digital service will allow us to personalise our services to customers in a way larger organisations may have struggled with in the past."
Source: CIH News
"Almost all landlord organisations are looking to develop their digital offer in some way. 77 per cent of those surveyed plan to increase the proportion of services available for their customers via self-serve in the next two years."
"Today, consumers are used to receiving fast, convenient service online, regardless of the organisation they’re dealing with. This means that housing associations have a lot to live up to as they adopt new channels of communication."