The will to ‘do good’ is part of Prodo's DNA, and that's one of the many reasons the social housing sector resonates so well with our core values.
We've worked with over 40 housing organisations of all shapes and sizes over the last 15 years - partnering with them through hundreds of innovative and exciting projects to help them and their customers realise their digital ambitions. Whatever your digital ambitions, we're up for the challenge.
In a housing sector that’s constantly changing and challenging, how effectively you engage with customers and stakeholders in the digital space has never been more critical.
Over the years we’ve been trusted by over 40 housing providers, of all shapes and sizes, to help them - and their customers - realise their digital ambitions. In a nutshell; we know how to build great websites and intuitive portals that deliver great results.
“We found working with Prodo a lot of fun and very satisfying. They helped us realise our ideas and produce something that not only looks attractive but feels effortless to use. There’s a lot of talk of channel shift these days and it usually involves reluctant customers, but we wanted a website that’s so good, tenants will choose to use it instead of calling us up or visiting our offices.”
Mark Hesford, Communications Manager, Northwards Housing
We've worked with over 40 housing associations but our work isn't exclusively housing based. We have a healthy mix of housing and non-housing clients helping inform and improve what we do in the housing sector, and vice versa.
We've taken all the best bits from thousands of user-focussed digital projects both inside and outside the housing sector to create Franklin. It's our subscription-based self service portal for housing organisations that can be up and running in a matter of minutes and allows tenants to make rent and repair transactions through any device at any time.
“We have built up a strong working relationship with Prodo over the last few years, and they have always responded promptly and professionally to our requests and given us expert advice and guidance on developing our digital strategy.”
Emma Morrison, Digital Communications Manager, The Hyde Group