Local software company adds 15 new housing associations to its customer list

  • Antrim-headquartered software company Decision Time has added 15 major housing associations in Wales to its growing list of customers in the sector.

    Wales & West Housing is the latest housing association to choose the company’s software solution, bringing the number of Welsh housing association customers that Decision Time has across the UK and Ireland to over 75.

    Wales & West Housing manages more than 12,000 homes in 15 local authority areas across Wales. 

    This includes more than 3,000 dedicated properties for older people, as well as supported housing solutions for people with a range of particular needs.

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    Other housing associations in Wales to become Decision Time customers include Grŵp Cynefin, Hafod, Taff Housing Association, and North Wales Housing Association. Community Housing Cymru, the membership body for housing associations in Wales, now also uses its software.

    The company’s housing association customers elsewhere in the UK include Karbon Homes, Berwickshire Housing Association and Link Group.

    Decision Time makes it easier for organisations to practice good governance by running effective meetings, managing risk and monitoring strategic performance. 

    It also enables CEOs, directors and leaders across any organisation to manage all of these essential requirements in one place.

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    In the last two years, Decision Time has more than doubled its customer-base, including continuing to win business from large global competitors.

    Geoff Higgins, CEO of Decision Time, says: “Housing associations are responsible for providing accommodation and a high standard of service for thousands of tenants, meaning effective corporate governance is absolutely critical, given the potential for the wrong decisions to have far-reaching implications on the organisation and those living in social accommodation.”

    Source: Written from press release.

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