Alysium Consulting continues to expand its support for the social housing sector and positions itself as the fastest growing multi-disciplinary business ICT consultancy in the UK housing sector.
After two years of continued growth, February 2017 saw Alysium Consulting, set up by Ian Lever with Lesley Buckels and Phil Smith who have worked together since 1999, introduce a graduate scheme (considered to be the first of its type in this area) which was met with significant demand and resulted in a rapid placement with great success. Now, half way through the third year of operation, the business is growing again with the appointment of two senior full time roles alongside its Associate base.
The Alysium team, welcomes Jacqueline Stoggall and
Alysium Consulting, one of the premier business/IT Consultancy organisations operating in the social housing sector has successfully completed their second trading year which has seen revenues rise by over 50% from 2015 when the company was established with revenues exceeding £1.2m. The two year period has seen the team deliver in excess of 100 discreet projects across a housing and local government customer base of over 70 clients. Projects have spanned the full spectrum of services including, but not limited to, strategy development (digital, contact, IT); ICT service and s
More than 50 projects delivered for clients in Public and Third Sector - Sustainable cost management and modernisation agenda drive engagement - Consultancy resource extended through unique network of Associates - New approach to benchmarking to align ICT with business performance -
Alysium Consulting, the fast growing change management consultancy, celebrates its first anniversary announcing the completion of more than 50 projects across the Public and Third sectors. With clients including Lancaster City Council, For
Ian Lever Guest Speaker at Eurhonet: Housing the Future forum, Italy
Ian Lever, Managing Director of Alysium, addressed the European Housing Network’s ‘Technology in Housing’ event at Treviso in Italy [17-18 February 2016]. The Network brings together more than 30 members from across Europe with in excess of 700,000 units and 1.5 million tenants under management.
Recognised as a leading authority on effective channel switching for both housing associations and local government, Ian hosted a workshop to introduce the UK ex