IT Lab is proud to be part of Housing Technology 2016, an event which focuses on the crucial importance IT plays for housing providers who can use technology to improve their tenants’ lives.
Taking place at the Q Hotels’ Oxford Belfry on on 1-3 March 2016, the annual conference is set to cover a full spectrum of technology in social housing.
Since merging with JMC IT, who have a proven track record in the housing sector that began in 2000, we have been developing our solutions for housing providers. Our unique approach and technical solutions enable us to help our clients to unlock the value of data and in turn reduce operating costs and drive efficiencies.
By utilising the data available through the web and the internet of things, housing providers can undoubtedly improve their service, boost their productivity, reduce their costs and even change their tenants’ lives.
Attend our speaker slot – 3rd March, 12:15pm in the Lincoln Room
Big Data and Internet of Things expert Lucie Glenday, formally Chief Digital Officer at Surrey County Council will be presenting valuable insight into data and how organisations can leverage information such as that collected by in-home sensors, to offer a better service and save costs.
Read Lucie’s full article on social housing data and the internet of things:
The social housing sector has embraced the internet’s ability to deliver efficiencies and enhance the experience of tenants. Web 1.0 saw housing groups establish websites that made details conveniently accessible…
Visit us at our booth in the College Suite
IT Lab will also be exhibiting at this year’s conference joined with our strategic partner Okta. Come say hello to find out more about our solutions and hear from Okta whose identity and device management products allow users to securely access their applications on any device at any time with a single sign on and multi-factor authentication.
If you are unable to attend Housing Technology 2016 but would like to find out more, contact us at email@example.com or at 0333 241 7689.