We knew if we wanted to impact as many people as possible, we needed to get Casebook into the hands of the helpers interacting with vulnerable members of society to do more helping and less paperwork.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 13, 2021
Casebook PBC announced for their human and social services SaaS platform. The per-user pricing model of Casebook software is usually associated with B2C software companies and is a game-changer for human and social services organizations. Flexible pricing based on the number of users can help bridge the technology gap for many organizations that previously didn’t have the budget for enterprise-level solutions.
Pricing starts at $29 per-user for the entry-level “Prime” level and up to $69 per-user for “Pro,” a full-suite solution that can support complex organizations as well as county and state government agencies. This radically different approach to pricing supports Casebook PBC’s mission to place modern “purpose-built and person-centric” software in the hands of human services workers in organizations of every size.
"We knew if we wanted to impact as many people as possible, we needed to get Casebook into the hands of the helpers interacting with vulnerable members of society to do more helping and less paperwork. The problem was, most of the small organizations we were researching with didn't have much room in their budget for a massive IT project. Instead, they need secure and reliable software that will help support a nonprofit or tribal organization's growth and can be up and running in short order. We did all that and then took it one step further by offering the full platform starting at $29 per user." said, Brian Johnson, Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing at Casebook PBC.
Casebook has extensive experience in state child welfare systems and redeveloped the Casebook system extensively to meet the rapidly changing landscape of human and social services. The software-as-a-service (SaaS) model of Casebook supports total mobility, paperless workflow, and increased security with potentially lower maintenance costs can mean significant cost savings for organizations on Casebook.
Casebook PBC develops transformative software to promote best practices and drive improved outcomes in human and social services. Originally incubated by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, we are the developer of the patented, award-winning Casebook platform. Developed in close partnership with human services practitioners, Casebook is built specifically to serve the needs of those that serve others. Discover more about Casebook PBC at https://www.casebook.net.