Landlords investing in technology to mitigate welfare reform
Welfare Reform and the rent cut have changed how social landlords operate, they need to do more with less. According to Garry Croll, Assistant-Director of Housing at social landlord Liverpool Mutual Homes. “The Government’s welfare reform programme is driving social landlords to consider new ways of working, including working in a more agile way.”
Those landlords looking for new ways of working are investing in technology that is helping mitigate welfare reforms and protecting their revenue streams as well as supporting a more flexible approach. Liverpool Mutual Homes recently deployed a cloud based predictive analytical tool, called RentSense, as Croll explains.
The RentSense system supports mobile and ...