If you manage Clients, Cases, Services, and Reports, you need Collaborate.
Over 400 CACs - including many statewide CAC networks - use Collaborate to run their organizations.
Collaborate supports domestic violence/sexual assault and CSEC programs, too.
“The Ninjas have a keen understanding of our need to be able to process and access a deep analysis of our data.”
Executive Director, Baltimore Child Abuse Center
“Our staff found that Collaborate is easy to navigate, and was customized specifically to streamline services and data entry.”
Data Specialist, National Children’s Advocacy Center
“Prior to Collaborate, we were using paper charts, which are hard to manage, and even harder to compile data from for grants. Now everything is easy to access, and complete.”
Katie Plax MD
Director, Adolescent Center, The SPOT/Project Ark, Washington University in St. Louis
“Network Ninja would come up with innovations and solutions that went far beyond anything I could imagine. It’s like partnering with architects, engineers, and systems designers!”
Katherine J. Mathews
Director of Clinical Service, Casa de Salud
Network Ninja has been developing software since 1998, with three successful products across three sectors.
HIPAA Compliant, SOC 2® Type 2 Compliant software, from an Amazon AWS Public Sector Partner.
Organizations rely on Collaborate to manage and report on their Case data.
Cases managed in Collaborate
Cases added each month
Daily active users
Let Collaborate do the heavy lifting. Collaborate adjusts to your workflow and processes, not the other way around.
“Prior to Collaborate, we were using paper charts…”
See what The Spot has to say about Collaborate vs. Paper.
Don't mess with a good thing - keep your workflows where they work, use our templates where they can be improved upon.
“…it’s like partnering with architects, engineers, and systems designers!”
See how we went above and beyond with Casa de Salud’s customizations.
Directly on the Internet backbone, and actively monitored for security, so you're safe and sound.
Assist America uses Collaborate’s admin capabilities to configure who can access Collaborate from where, and even automatically lock accounts if something suspicious is happening.
Hosted and maintained by us, for you.
New York City’s YMCA and Children’s Advocacy Centers of Georgia both make use of Collaborate’s cloud-based nature to allow users spread across a large area to access their database securely, using a web browser. Assist America does it worldwide.
Developed and constantly improved upon, since 1998, we take our clients feedback seriously. Easy to use, even for the most technology-averse.
Our userbase is diverse, but most are not organizations that traditionally rely heavily on technology. Take a look at how some of our features work, simple and straightforward.
Software is a tool to help you perform better, with less effort. Let it handle the grunt work and tedium, allowing you to focus on your real goals.
“…making for a highly efficient client experience and delivery of services”
See how Collaborate streamlined The Center’s processes and reduced overhead.
Member of the National Children’s Alliance, The Children’s Advocacy Centers of Georgia, Inc. is Georgia’s statewide membership association of 50 local children’s advocacy centers.
SCCADVASA is the statewide partnership of organizations providing services to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in South Carolina.
Members include rape crisis centers and women's shelters throughout the state, serving clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Three human services departments of the Douglas County, Nebraska municipal government run on Collaborate, each with their own tailored software implementation.
The Melinda Hoag Smith Center for Healthy Living is on a mission to positively impact the health and well-being of Newport Beach, California’s most vulnerable populations. Its facilities include a mental health center, family resource center, a dental clinic, and a monthly food distribution program.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami (CCADM) was established in 1931 to serve impoverished families during the Great Depression. Since then, CCADM has grown to offer a diverse slate of Services in the Miami area, including alcohol & substance abuse treatment, child development, behavioral health, elderly assistance, homelessness, and help for immigrants & refugees.
Data integration connects child advocates with referrals from the Division of Social Services in Collaborate.
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