Job Scheduling Solutions for ALMOs

Kirona has a tremendous track record in helping ALMOs to optimise their field based work and to maximise the productivity of operatives, contractors and field-based workers. In fact, more ALMOs use Kirona field workforce automation than any other solution.

The value we deliver is in the breadth of our Job Scheduling Solutions for ALMOs. It spans the full lifecycle of field-based work from planning and scheduling, to appointing work, through to real-time management and analysis of activity. What is more, our solutions provides value to every aspect of the ALMO from planned and responsive repairs through to estate management and allocations.

Case Study

Guinness Property

Guinness Property wanted a stable, reliable field service solution that improved visibility of their field based housing repairs team. They achieved this and increased productivity by 10%, improved customer satisfaction and made savings by implementing Kirona’s Dynamic Resource Scheduling & Job Manager solutions.


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Job Scheduling Solutions for ALMOs

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Client Story

Anchor Chooses Kirona for Online Scheduling and Workforce Management

England’s largest not-for-profit provider of care and housing to older people, Anchor, is working with field service management specialist Kirona to transform health and safety management in its sheltered housing schemes.

The company needed a solution to replace its current paper-based processes that would enable them to create digital schedules for inspections and manage mobile operations in its schemes. Following a successful pilot with Kirona, Anchor has chosen to complete a wider-roll out of Kirona’s Job Manager Software and InfoSuite software to each of its schemes.

Read more about the Anchor project here