5 Ways Dynamics 365 Customer Insights helps meet the new tenant satisfaction measures

5 Ways Dynamics 365 Customer Insights helps meet the new tenant satisfaction measures

In 2020, the UK government published The charter for social housing residents – social housing white paper, which sets out ways to improve things for people living in social housing. Some of these are for the Regulator of Social Housing to do. Their document Reshaping consumer regulation: our principles and approach describes the steps they…

5 ways the #D365ForHousing complaints module meets the new Housing Ombudsman code

5 ways the #D365ForHousing complaints module meets the new Housing Ombudsman code

In July 2020 the Housing Ombudsman released their new Complaint Handling Code. Shortly after this I launched the #D365ForHousing Complaints module (developed with the help of others across the sector). This Microsoft Dynamics 365 Module is FREE to everyone in the Housing and Public Sector. How does this module help meet the Complaint Handling Code?…

All your contact methods under one roof!

All your contact methods under one roof!

At the start of November 21 Microsoft announced the general availability of voice channel for D365 customer service, but what is it and how would it help us housing folk?  The product covers some key areas:  Personalised calls, connected across channels  Dynamics 365 Customer Service out-of-the-box enables:  A consistent, 360-degree view of the customer across all channels, allowing agents to quickly…

PowerApps Centre of Excellence

PowerApps Centre of Excellence

Microsoft have created a Power Platform Center of Excellence (CoE) starter kit enabling businesses to support colleagues (outside Technology) create PowerApps. This certainly caught my imagination (as someone from a customer service background) But what is it and how can housing associations make the most of it? What is it? A CoE is designed to drive…

The Messy Middle

The Messy Middle

Things not going to plan with your Dynamics deployment/update/upgrade? You could be caught in the messy middle….and having conversations that go something like this: Client: That’s not what I expected. Partner: Here’s the spec/agreement, we’ve delivered exactly what you asked for. The thing is both parties are right. The housing association may ask for something…

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