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#D365ForHousing – Its not all about Tech

#D365ForHousing – Its not all about Tech

I’m on a mission to bring together people and processes from across the Housing and Public sector and package them up in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for FREE!  #D365ForHousing is the Affordable.Innovative.Collaborative way of doing just that! I’ve already worked with a variety of housing professionals to create a number of modules including.. Person Property Tenancy ASB Complaints While…

#D365ForHousing – 7 Months in!

#D365ForHousing – 7 Months in!

What is #D365ForHousing? A great way for Housing Associations (and other public bodies) across the world to implement Dynamics 365 (One of the worlds best CRM systems). I launched this initiative at the end of January 2020 and I’m on a mission to: Save our sector money on implementation costs Reduce the reliance on legacy…

Using Dynamics 365 for ASB – #D365ForHousing

Using Dynamics 365 for ASB – #D365ForHousing

This blog shows how you can use the FREE Dynamics 365 module to log and track ASB cases. The module enables you to add key dates and milestones and a calculation tool that can establish the level of risk depending on how the customer answers certain questions. Thanks to Marcus Fernandes for working his magic…

#D365 For Housing – Complaints is Here!!!

#D365 For Housing – Complaints is Here!!!

The complaints module in Dynamics 365 is now live and available for FREE to all housing and public sector organisations! This is a landmark occasion for #D365ForHousing. From today you can now download the Person, Property, Tenancy and Complaints modules. This gives you a complete process worth £000’s using just out of the box functionality.…

Case Management -#D365ForHousing

Case Management -#D365ForHousing

The #D365ForHousing solutions will help the housing sector save £000’s, drive efficiencies and enable colleagues to work anywhere. It’s important to use it in a consistent way and make the most of (out of the box) functionality that your Dynamics 365 license fee pays for…. After all why re-invent the wheel? We know contact should be logged…

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