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Leading property technology firm Plentific today launched a new partnership with social housing provider EHSL, an organisation dedicated to finding and managing properties for vulnerable people.

This new deal for Plentific comes on the back of the company successfully launching a dedicated platform with Notting Hill Genesis, one of the largest social housing providers in London. Plentific’s technology will enable EHSL staff to easily manage maintenance and repair jobs for tenants, cutting out unnecessary admin and saving money.

After seeing the positive work that Plentific had done with Notting Hill, we saw the potential that such a platform could offer us.

EHSL was set up in 2012 to help those who require support in their day to day life, but still want to live with a level of independence that is often out of reach for them in the private housing sector. Working alongside support providers and local councils, EHSL manages properties throughout the UK. 

Plentific co-founder Cem Savas commented: “We’re excited to launch this new partnership with a company that does such significant and rewarding work for its tenants. With a more streamlined method for maintaining its properties, EHSL can devote more time, money and energy to what really matters.”

This simple method for arranging repairs and maintenance will give us more power to focus our efforts on expanding and growing as an organisation.

The Plentific marketplace of tradesmen will enable EHSL and its tenants to find, book and pay for trade professionals on a single digital platform. Housing officers and tenants will also be able to access real time updates on active jobs, as well as a complete digital record of any messages, documents or invoices connected to the work.

EHSL Director Ali Costelloe added: “After seeing the positive work that Plentific had done with Notting Hill, we saw the potential that such a platform could offer us. 

“Our tenants require a responsive and proactive housing management service in order to live independent lives in the community. This simple method for arranging repairs and maintenance will give us more power to focus our efforts on expanding and growing as an organisation.”