Paperless Estate

Lloyd, Tom
March 2004
IT Training;Mar2004, p26
Trade Publication
Stonham Housing Association found a novel way to overcome logistics when implementing a system aimed to cut down on paperwork. It uses housing as a platform for its support work, and housing generates a lot of paperwork. The solution was to implement the Stonham Wide Information Management System, or Swims, to provide an electronic library for rent collection data, accessible from all sites, with 300 requiring new network connections. It would reduce the time spent filing information, make it easier to enter data and, hopefully, save a few forests worth of paper as well. INSET: Profile.


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