Civica has completed the integration and re-branding of its business with Keystone Asset Management Solutions after its acquisition of Keystone last year. The company also announced new sales of its latest housing management system, Cx and Keystone, at Bristol City Council and Clanmil Housing Association.
The underlying Keystone software is used by more than 130 organisations to plan, manage and maintain almost two million assets. It enables housing providers to streamline and automate asset management, planned maintenance, inspections and component accounting, with improved control of current and future expenditure.
Combining the Keystone product range with Civica’s Housing Cx, a cloud-based housing management system, means that Civica now offers a single, integrated housing platform.
Recently selected by Bristol City Council, Cx was chosen for its ability to integrate with the council’s digital platform and to support council-wide initiatives for providing better online services to citizens and suppliers. Other contract wins for Cx include Fife Council, Havebury Housing Partnership, Monmouthshire Council and Local Space.