Case Study Catholic Charities of Palm Beach

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Catholic Charities engages in an immense philanthropic undertaking, running programs that serve those who are most in need and who are often neglected. In all their work, however, there always hangs the administrative burden of keeping records, maintaining private and sensitive data, and reporting their work to the appropriate overseeing agencies. Their old data system made their processes even more difficult, with work hours locked up in resolving duplicated, low quality, and erroneously input data.


Through ClientTrack’s powerful data sharing platform, Catholic Charities successfully consolidated each unique program’s data into one single database. All data is updated in real time, which makes reporting quick and easy. Relieving this massive administrative burden has freed up critical resources and empowered them to focus on their true mission: helping people. Since integrating ClientTrack, their programs have more than doubled the number of clients they serve. Most importantly, Catholic
Charities can focus on getting help for residents of Palm Beach and the surrounding areas


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