Arms Length Management Organisations (ALMOs) were first established in 2002. There are now over 59 ALMOs that manage over 850,000 council homes across 58 local authorities.
Arms Length Management Organisations (ALMOS) aim to provide manage and maintain affordable homes in sustainable neighbourhoods. Often part of their task is to maintain housing quality standards, such as decent homes standard, HHSRS, and undertake regular stock condition surveys. Find out more at the National Federation of ALMOs web site.
ALMOs produce real efficiency savings and deliver excellent value for money, however, specialised data collection software using mobile devices is needed to assist existing and prospective ALMOs to continue to operate effectively.
However, specialised mobile data collection software is needed to assist existing and prospective ALMOs continue to operate effectively.
You should look at companies providing mobile data collection software, to assist social housing organisations carry out repairs and maintenance to council properties across the UK, is now offering a range of data collection modules in the asset management arena, specialised for the modern Android mobile platform. Such modern mobile software fills the void by the appalling mobile software offered by the expensive housing management systems!