Los Angeles, CA- October 1st, 2015 CAP60, the premier Community Action Agency Data Management System solution provider, announced a contract to provide the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence with an online centralized system to collect and organize information from their twenty-three member agencies across the state. The CAP60 system will allow them to track and use this information to create accurate, up to date reports for state and federal funders.
The contract with the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence (NJCEDV) began this summer. It was awarded to CAP60 following detailed due diligence by the NJCEDV technical and management staff.
CAP60 is highly integrated and includes real time reporting, multi-filter search capability, case management, relationship tracking, volunteer tracking and follow-ups among other features which are all designed to increase process efficiency, productivity and informationtracking.
“Domestic violence affects everyone and ending it requires a coordinated community response – businesses are especially vital in supporting our work. That’s why we are excited about our partnership with Cap 60. The dedicated team working on developing customized solutions to manage our database and project management systems will be instrumental in increasing our ability to stay connected to our donors and partners, as well as report critical data to inform the work. Through their innovative platforms utilizing new technology, we are also going to be able to increase our organizational capacity to do more to end domestic violence for all victims and survivors. We appreciate the time they have taken to understand domestic violence and our specific needs,” said Jane Shivas, executive director of the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence.
“CAP60 combines advanced technology with a great understanding of Community Action Program Management to create this unique solution,” said CAP60 President Hamid Kohan. “CAP60’s customized, affordable solution creates a scalable and flexible technology solution for centralized data management system that includes Head Start, Weatherization, CSBG programs and much more without an expensive technology infrastructure normally associated with this type of application.”
Kohan emphasized that CAP60 products are ideal for remote access for all agencies and centres.
About the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence (NJCEDV)
Known as the New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women (NJCBW) for nearly 40 years, NJCEDV provides leadership, support and resources on the prevention of domestic violence for all victims in New Jersey through advocacy, education and training, technical assistance and community awareness.
Help is Available:
To learn if a relationship is abusive or if abuse is suspected, it is important to take it seriously, get information and share resources. Help is available in every county and for every victim through a network of programs dedicated to serving domestic violence victims and their families. The NJ State Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 800-572-SAFE (7233). A list of programs and services is available at www.NJCEDV.org.
CAP60 is a provider of comprehensive Agency and Program Management tools that are designed for use by Domestic Violence, Community Action Programs, Head Start as well as other Health and Human Services. CAP60’s customized applications are designed to meet data collection, tracking and reporting needs of all aspects of the agency. In addition, CAP60’s complete solution includes business process automation, and intranet solution. CAP60’s solutions are developed based on Microsoft “.NET Platform”, with an ODBC compliant (SQL) database, that is Digital Image Ready. CAP60’s headquarter is based in Chatsworth, California. For more information, please visit www.CAP60.com.