2022 Pricing Update

While cost transparency and overpriced solutions have been the norm in human services software, Casebook PBC, the leading configurable SaaS platform for human services organizations, is launching a revolutionary pricing approach as part of a company-wide initiative to bring affordable, powerful software to underserved markets in human and social services. “For years, organizations with too few users have been completely ignored, and customers with too many users have been forced into custom-built software that’s inflexible and overpriced,” said Brian Johnson, Chief Revenue Officer of Casebook PBC. “This is especially true for nonprofit and government organizations with fixed budgets and strict procurement policies.”

Casebook’s newest offerings address both segments of the human services market: For smaller organizations, Casebook has set a strict “no minimum user” policy, meaning that an organization with as few as one user can implement Casebook, with subscriptions starting at $25 per user. Larger organizations will benefit from Casebook’s newly released Enterprise Plans, featuring volume discounts, available for organizations with thousands or tens of thousands of users. Get more information on our updated pricing here.

Finally, Casebook PBC has listened to current and prospective customers and reduced implementation pricing by moving away from a “one size fits all” model to an approach that is flexible based on the needs of each organization. Casebook’s implementation process will remain the most efficient in the industry, with an average launch time that can be measured in days and weeks, not months or years.

“For too long, human services organizations have been forced to choose between unreliable or expensive solutions when it came to technology” said Tristan Louis, Casebook PBC’s president and CEO. “With Casebook’s flexible pricing options, they get powerful software at affordable costs, ensuring that price is no longer a hindrance to human services organizations who are ready to use the right technology to end poverty faster.”

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