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Our clients often come to us when they are facing sticky problems. It could be something as large as needing to manage a coordinated, multi-agency approach to homelessness, or as simple as needing to make their processes more streamlined. No matter what their issue, we love playing a part in coming up with a solution.

A whole lot of testimonials

Trying to capture the many different ways our software has helped people over the last few decades is a difficult task, so we have put together some of the things more →

Knowing that the information is on the system, but can’t be accessed by the whole network reassures the young person making disclosures, whilst also enabling an inclusive management of risk.

Jules Trompowsky, Rescue and Response Partnership Coordinator, Rescue and Response Project (County Lines), Brent Council, UK

ECINS has been instrumental in the information sharing process that allowed us to produce a timely report to Social Care … (and) may well have prevented a serious case review having to be carried out.

Andy Solomon, ASB Team Leader of the Community Protection Team, Ipswich Borough Council, UK

Having our information on ECINS … enables our Outreach Team to work outside of the office in community settings thus providing significant cost and time savings.

Deborah Hooton, Service Manager, Nottinghamshire Sexual Violence Support Services

The time savings we’ve been able to make since using ECINS has been enormous. We’ve been able to significantly cut down the time we spend on data entry and searching for information. It is just so quick!

Chris Day, Housing Support Worker, 180° Norfolk, UK

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