Social housing company to save £1.1m a year with concierge IT overhaul

Sooraj Shah
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Your Homes Newcastle is implementing Awi MX from NDL to improve its concierge services

Newcastle City Council's social housing company, Your Homes Newcastle (YHN), is to save millions of pounds in the next three years by overhauling its concierge IT systems, according to  head of IT ...

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