The Together Housing Group, a leading provider of quality affordable and modern homes for rent across the North of England, has chosen Antivia's DecisionPoint™ as its business intelligence platform.
Together Housing, which consists of seven partner companies, will roll out interactive dashboards created with DecisionPoint™ to help monitor the group's activities and performance.
Mark Dunford, Executive Group Director of Resources, said: "We always strive to provide better services and value to our customers. We invested in DecisionPoint™ because we believe it will give us better insight into our activities as we work towards our mission of Making a Better Future Together and deliver on the expectations we and our customers have."
Mark Hudson, CEO of Antivia, said: "I'm delighted to welcome The Together Housing Group as a customer. I believe DecisionPoint™ offers huge potential benefits to organizations in the UK's not-for-profit sector and I look forward to working with Mark and his team to help them achieve their objectives."
Together Housing will work with Antivia's partner Musgrave Analytics, a team of highly skilled analytics experts who will help them implement interactive dashboards across the organisation.
Together Housing consists of Chevin Housing Assiciation, Green Vale Homes, Harewood Housing Society, Housing Pendle, Newground, Pennine Housing 2000 and Twin Valley Homes. Together the group manages over 35,000 homes, impacting on more than 50,000 people's lives.
Antivia is an international software company run by a team of seasoned business intelligence professionals. Antivia operates from offices in the United States and Europe and is trusted by organizations both large and small across four continents, including The NHS, The Coca-Cola Company, Honda, Shell and Vodafone.
Antivia and Musgrave Analytics will be at the Northern Housing Innovation Exhibition in London on 23 October, showing how DecisionPoint™ combined with Musgrave's analytical expertise can offer an innovative approach to effective performance management in the social housing sector.