ECINS helps teams provide joined-up support to people in need while empowering those being supported. The most collaborative case management system in the world, our revolutionary systems are changing lives and delivering measurable results across the UK, US and Australia.
The world's most collaborative case management system
Thousands of users across multiple countries
20+ years experience
Why make the move to ECINS?
one record of truth
completely secure file sharing
remote access from any device
adaptable, easy-to-use and scale
low cost and pays for itself in efficiency savings
license-free to encourage wide participation at no extra cost
Collaborative Case Management Software Empowers Local Authorities to Efficiently and Effectively Distribute Financial Aid to 35,000 Households in Crisis
To support households in the most need with food, energy, and water bills, £421 million has been made available to County Councils and Unitary Authorities in England. Local authorities have more →
The COVID-19 pandemic has added pressure to many families and young people who are already struggling, as evidenced by increased domestic abuse, addiction and mental health help-seeking rates across the more →
I think the pure beauty of ECINS is that it offers a single record which means that everything is in one single place.
Claire George, Executive Headteacher Peterborough Learning Centres (PRUs) and Head of Pupil Referral Service, Peterborough City Council
ECINS can be turned on, introduced, implemented and rolled out quickly, easily and at good value for money – it doesn’t get better than that really.
Simon Clifford, Director of Technology and Digital Transformation, Northamptonshire OPCC
Sussex Police has halved the average number of days it takes to progress Restorative Justice Cases from Referral to finalisation since introducing ECINS.
Elize Manning, RJ Coordinator, Sussex Police
Our partnership and the ECINS platforms will give the AMHC a competitive edge and place us at the cutting edge of monitoring and evaluation for Aboriginal men who use intimate partner violence (IPV).
Devon Cuimara, Founder CEO, Aboriginal Males Healing Centre