“AssetCore represents a major step forward for the housing association sector. In real-time, Registered Providers are now able to access data on their property holdings, generate customised reports, manipulate the data and run comparative reports on changes to their asset portfolio over time. Using 10Duke’s APIs, we have been able to create an extremely complex service in a very short time frame that is also very easy to use”, said David Eastgate, Director of Housing Consultancy at Savills.
“We are excited to release AssetCore for the UK’s Housing Associations, said Nathan Pickles, Partner at Centrus Advisors, ‘Taking housing data and putting it into a cloud-based service like AssetCore will transform how registered providers are able to manage and report on their housing stock. Using 10Duke’s APIs, a service that was only designed on paper in March has now come into full production release just 9 months later.”
Paul Chiriac, of 10Duke comments, “We are pleased that AssetCore has now been released and that the 10Duke APIs have been able to provide the backend capabilities demanded by the AssetCore application. Sophisticated reporting capabilities, complex multi-organisation authentication and authorisation needs as well as cloud-based file management are all core capabilities that our APIs were able to provide to AssetCore to get them to market quickly.”
To learn more about AssetCore, please visit www.assetcore.com
To learn more about the 10Duke APIs, please visit www.10duke.com/products
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