Digital transformation initiatives, ever rising ease of use expectations, and never-ending regulatory changes are increasing the pressure on IT organizations to design, develop, test, release, and maintain applications at a more rapid pace and with higher quality. Budgets remain tight. Software engineering talent is in short supply.
Indigenous communities were using outdated technology in providing child welfare and prevention services. They needed a modernized approach to handle their case management processes, enabling them to document assessments, family involvement and have access to critical reporting. Agencies also had the desire to have a paperless system.
As a path towards healing, First Nations Communities have demonstrated a deep desire to have control over their own child welfare systems and have their children supported and protected in their communities.
Some may say money is the root of all evil… but in the City of Richmond California, the “green stuff” is helping to prevent homicide. And a case management solution will soon help manage the process, track results, and reward success.
When people think of Analytics, they often visualize a dashboard with information about what currently is, and what actions have taken place in the past. However, as technology becomes more sophisticated, and information more available and attainable, the world of Analytics has expanded far beyond just being able to look back in time all the way into being able to manipulate data in order to produce ideal outcomes for the future. There are four types of Analytics.
Cloud-based software, mobile technology, and modular replacement strategies are mainstream, so why are core child support systems lagging in adoption and the benefits these solutions offer?
Forecasters predict 2018 will have 14 named storms, six of which are expected to be hurricanes with two “majors” at a Category 3 or higher intensity. Last year’s hurricane season was the worst on record with $200 billion in damages and the countless lives impacted.