Metropolitan Thames Valley provides housing at different levels of affordability for people living in London, the South East, East Midlands, and East of England. It also offers a range of care and support services including mental health and transitional services, which provide intensive support to marginalized or vulnerable people, including the elderly. MTVH delivers training programs, events, and activities for residents, designed to boost employment opportunities and foster stronger communities.
“Informatica and Snowflake simplified our data architecture, allowing us to leverage data as an asset to address the housing crisis in a more impactful way.”
- Establish a central source of customer and property data
- Automate processes and data flows
- Move away from point-to-point data integrations
- To create a consolidated view of all our data including tenant and property across the entire organization and to simplify data movement.
- Share data with other nonprofit, government, and housing organizations as well as big data science startups via a cloud data warehouse
- Give housing officers and other employees fast, self-service access to the data they need to be effective.
- Use Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services to enable an iPaaS infrastructure to create a centralized repository of high-quality data and provide data transparency to the business.
- Quickly and cost effectively move data into a Snowflake Cloud Data Lake using Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
- Helps housing officers and other employees save time, be more productive, and make more informed decisions
- Allows secure deployment of data innovation projects.
- Orchestrate data flows through Informatica Cloud Integration Hub to enable a publish-subscribe data model
- Improves timeliness of response and service to residents during the COVID19 pandemic and beyond and to help ease the UK housing crisis
- Allows for quick data sharing with partner suppliers and regulators providing full access to a range of data assets.
- As a part of the COVDI19 project, proactively made more than 5,800 welfare calls and targeted safeguarding support