CaseWorthy Features HUD 2014 Compliance Data Standards

CaseWorthy would like to announce the successful transition of all HMIS clients to the new HUD 2014 compliance data standards. As a software provider in the Health and Human Social Services market, CaseWorthy believes one of the most important functions they can offer any client is fully compliant software for any vertical market with which they offer a software solution. Human service organizations and nonprofits can count on CaseWorthy to deliver these requirements timely and with little disruption to their daily activities.

CaseWorthy has successfully migrated all of HMIS clients to the 4.4 release that contains the required data fields and current published re-posting standard. This was a significant undertaking not only with the software changes ad updates, but additionally with the migration of client systems to this new release. CaseWorthy President Scott Argeris remarks “We are so pleased with the coordinated effort between the CaseWorthy migration team and our close relationship with our clients. It take two sides to make this transition work.” The CaseWorthy HMIS solution has been implemented and upgraded in organizations and agencies throughout the United States.

CaseWorthy Releases Automated Job Match Functionality

CaseWorthy has just released new job matching functionality into its software that enables organizations to automate various processes relating to job order data, client data, and job openings. “This new functionality is extraordinarily helpful to organizations that use CaseWorthy for workforce development and job matching” says CEO Brian Bingel.  “It automates tasks and processes that are commonly used at organizations such as Goodwill Services, and various local government agencies that help people obtain employment.” 

CaseWorthy’s job matching functionality is designed to work in tandem with it’s recently announced web portal. Organizations using CaseWorthy can use the portal to have users enter information such as work history, skills, experience, and education. The job matching functionality then uses algorithms to match available positions in the database to the candidate based on their inputs and other known criteria. The technology is designed to filter and match candidates and eliminate much of the busy work often done by case workers and agency employees.  The job matching functionality allows organizations to set up specific criteria and workflows. One such workflow might involve adding unacceptable crimes for a certain job (such as a theft conviction making a candidate ineligible to apply for a cashier position). “There are limitless possibilities and it’s all configurable right within the CaseWorthy framework”, says Bingel. “There’s no need to have various software programs and online subscriptions when you can do it all within one configurable product.”  The CaseWorthy automated job matching functionality is available immediately for organizations across the United States.