For many years, Case Commons has been an innovative, non-profit that created the Casebook child welfare solution. As we transition into a new era, our product portfolio is expanding to become a complete human services platform.
We live in an era when SaaS software is revolutionizing every aspect of modern life. Whether you are trying to manage a dynamic sales team or optimizing the business flow of a financial firm, there are dedicated solutions to serve you. And now, human services can have the same access to the latest technologies as consumers and enterprise customers with a person-centric purpose-built solution.
The Casebook platform was built with the idea of providing modern human services agencies with an advanced set of deep services, born out of a strong partnership with caseworkers and human services professionals.
Casebook PBC represents our renewed commitment to this product-focused path. It serves as our assurance that we will continue to serve children and families by expanding into the breadth of human services that bind us all together.
Casebook PBC is a public benefit corporation and remains committed to reimagining software, empowering people, and changing lives. Our partnership with the Annie E. Casey foundation continues through this new iteration and Lisa Hamilton, the foundation’s Chief Program Officer will serve as our board chair. She is joined by Bryan Sivak, former US Health and Human Services CTO, and philanthropic leader Douglas Nelson, current chair of the CDC Foundation and former president of the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
As the CEO of Casebook PBC, I’d like to invite you to reach out to our team to learn more about our expanded vision and our new platform. We believe that together we can help improve outcomes across the whole of human services and are looking forward to talking to you.
– Tristan Louis, CEO