• Visit Stand D53 for a chance to win a free data audit

Red Olive, experts in housing data and analytics is exhibiting at Housing 2023 on stand D53 from the 27-29th June in Manchester. Our team of data experts will be on hand to help and inform visitors to the stand about how data engineering, data visualisation and data science can be implemented to help with building safety regulation, governance, compliance, estate and asset management, ESG reporting and predictive maintenance.

We have worked with several housing associations including Poplar Harca, Peabody and the Hyde Group among others and we offer consultancy, monthly subscription data support packages, training as well as owning our own IP for helping customers move to the cloud. Our technology partners include Microsoft, Google and WhereScape among others.

The work Red Olive does with its customers enables data teams to manage data and improve its quality, ensuring it is secure and protected. With its collaborative approach, Red Olive helps housing associations on data projects at different levels of maturity.

For some that are earlier in their digital transformation projects, we can help build bespoke data architecture to ensure that the correct information and data points are being used to manage, measure and predict future trends, meet compliance deadlines such as SDR and building safety regulations as well helping to improve tenant acquisition and retention.

For those with more mature data strategies in place, we can help with machine learning for predictive maintenance, text analysis in complaints and predictive arrears management.

Jefferson Lynch, CEO at Red Olive, says: “For over a decade, we have been working with large and smaller housing associations and can help organisations use the data and business information they already hold to improve business decision making and their relationships with tenants. We are currently working on solutions to enable golden thread information to be shared organisation-wide to help housing associations understand their estate management, keeping buildings and people safe. If you are interested in finding out more about how we can help, please visit us at Housing 2023 on stand D53.”

Red Olive has also developed an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) activity dashboard that can help housing associations measure their emissions and other sustainability activities. Already in use at client sites, the dashboard is instrumental in reporting activity against Scope 1,2 and 3 carbon emissions, highlighting how ESG is currently being affected and how it can measure up against other objectives, e.g., Greenhouse Gas (GHG) and wider sustainability goals.

Jefferson continues: “We are running a competition at the show and will be giving away 3 x free consultancy audits to housing associations. These audits can be used to look at an entire data programme or a specific project such as data quality, ESG reporting or compliance. Visit stand D53 to enter.”

Come and meet the team if you are at Housing 2023 in Manchester or if you want to set up a meeting ahead of the show, email [email protected]