Victory Housing Trust has chosen Castle Computer Services to carry out a major upgrade of its finance and reporting systems.
Castle will implement Infor SunSystems, along with Infor’s budgeting and forecasting, expense@work and purchase2pay software, Asset 4000 from Real Asset Management, and QlikView’s Business Intelligence.
Nathan Thompson, finance manager, Victory Housing Trust, said, “We’ve had our existing finance management system for almost ten years and our current version will soon cease to be supported, so we decided to spend some time considering our current and future needs.
“The key objectives were to upgrade our finance systems and reporting capabilities to improve interaction with other departments and provide more meaningful information to managers across the business. Castle’s solution will deliver a major improvement to our budgeting and forecasting abilities and QlikView will revolutionise the way we provide information to managers.
“We chose Castle from a shortlist of tenders because they could demonstrate extensive experience, and this was backed up by references from their customers and by their ratings in Housing Technology’s ‘Review of IT Suppliers’ report. We were also reassured that they had previous experience of integrating with Civica’s Universal Housing.”
Castle reported that it has also recently won tenders to support and maintain Infor SunSystems for AmicusHorizon and Network Housing Group, along with a tender to implement and support QlikView business intelligence with Sovereign Housing Association.