The Florida Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers and Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance are the latest networks to adopt Collaborate as their statewide case management software.
Collaborate for Networks enables states, and smaller networks, to offer their members centers standardized case management software, while still allowing for individual customizations, per-center. Collaborate has become the standard when it comes to statewide implementations for Children’s Advocacy Centers.
Florida Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers (FNCAC)
Implementation in under 2 months.
For networks that have impending timeline considerations, this is an interesting scenario: FNCAC is our first state to go-live using rapid development - basically a phased approach, where we roll out core functionality within a few weeks of start, and then slowly introduce customizations for individual centers, after they’re already in production.
FNCAC placed their order for Collaborate
Interview and Discovery kickoff
30 days of rapid customization begins
Training for Statewide Administrators
Training done live online, and recorded for centers coming online later
The addition of Florida to our community means more than 130 CACs in the United States Southern Region will rely on Collaborate to help run their organizations.
Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance (MINCA)
Coming this fall, Michigan’s 43 centers will migrate from NCA Trak to Collaborate.
MINCA is halfway through their Collaborate Interview and Discovery process, preparing for a go-live in late summer / early fall. Check back for a case study on the process, as well as training videos!