Blog: December 2016

Is Housing Really Ready to Go Digital? HACT’s digital housing programme for 2017

by Matt Leach - on 07/12/2016

Over the last week, I’ve been blogging about how housing needs to radically change its approach to going digital.  On Monday, I blogged about the five main failure points in UK housing’s approach to going digital.  On Tuesday, I focused on the three main barriers to change and how we overcome them.  On Wednesday, I asked the question quite how far housing businesses can go in digitally transforming themselves in 2017.  Yesterday I set out the key changes that need to happen if housing is to truly go digital in 2017 and launched HACT’s digital on board governance initiative, in partnership with TechUK and Hannington Tame.

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Is Housing Really Ready to Go Digital? How far could digital housing providers go? And what needs to put in place to get there?

by Matt Leach - on 07/12/2016

Over the course of this week, I’ve been blogging about how housing needs to radically change its approach to going digital.  On Monday, I blogged about the five main failure points in UK housing’s approach to going digital.  Yesterday, I focused on the three main barriers to change and how we overcome them.  Today, I look at how far housing businesses can go in digitally transforming themselves in 2017. 

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Is Housing Really Ready to Go Digital? Three major barriers to change

by Matt Leach - on 06/12/2016

Yesterday, I blogged about the five main failure points in UK housing’s approach to going digital.  Today, I’m focusing on the three main barriers to change.  Over the rest of the week, I’ll be be setting out a manifesto for sector-wide change, explaining how housing businesses can rise to the challenge and digitally transform itself in 2017. 

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Is Housing Really Ready to Go Digital? Five big reasons why housing is failing to meet the challenges and opportunities

by Matt Leach - on 05/12/2016

The UK housing sector is stuck in a technology rut. Ubiquitous connectivity, machine learning and automation are transforming businesses across the economy. But social landlords remain wedded to systems which in too many areas have failed to move on.

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