KaleidaCare adds Generations as Customer Agency Number 100

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KaleidaCare Management Solutions is a web-based care management, billing, and reporting software solution focused on the needs of private child and family services agencies since 1995. KaleidaCare has been growing rapidly, and is announcing the addition of the 100th customer agency.

KaleidaCare CEO, Alistair Deakin

KaleidaCare's growth is built on working hard alongside great agencies like Generations

KaleidaCare Management Solutions, Inc., today announced the signing of its 100th customer agency, Generations. Generations is a nationally accredited residential care organization that has been breaking the cycle of child sexual abuse in South Carolina since 1991.

KaleidaCare Management Solutions serves private child and family services agencies across the United States. As the endorsed technology solution of the Foster Family-based Treatment Associate (“FFTA”), KaleidaCare’s software as a service (SaaS) has won praise for its powerful combination of proven case management functionality, billing capability, and cost efficient price point.

“Organizations like Generations are on the front lines of helping children out of the judicial system,” said KaleidaCare President and CEO Alistair Deakin. “KaleidaCare provides the tools to track the services, build data, and improve services over time. Generations has an admirable track record - reducing recidivism to 2% with their clients compared to a national average of between 50 and 80% - and we are proud to be a small part of the important work of this agency, and the work of all 100 of our customer agencies. Our growth is built on working hard alongside great agencies like Generations.”

Kathleen Reynolds, Founder and CEO at Generations, commented, “We chose KaleidaCare because of their reputation for quality service, and their commitment to agencies like ours. Their product is powerful, flexible, and easy to use. Generations will use the KaleidaCare software to track services and clients across three programs, reduce administrative burden, and improve on our already impressive outcomes with children in our community. “

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