Learn more about Northwoods and technology in human services through our press releases and media articles featuring Northwoods and our customers.
Friday, December 6, 2013 [In the News]
Social workers across the country are trading in their notepads for tablets. A handful of the state's counties have gone digital and now Cabarrus County is looking to join their ranks.
Read more on WFAE.com
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 [In the News]
Getting an abused child out of a dangerous situation can mean the difference between life and death, and that’s why Child Protective Services Director Derrick Heath said his department needs better technology now.
Read more on IndependentTribune.com
Sunday, October 20, 2013 [In the News]
Dane County Child Protection Services using new app to help victims.
Watch story on WKOW.com
A new interactive program is helping social workers to spend more time with victims by cutting down on paperwork.
Thursday, October 17, 2013 [Press Releases]
Three child protective services agencies in Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin are implementing a new mobile solution for social workers to improve child safety, compliance and worker satisfaction.
Monday, July 29, 2013 [In the News]
As technology continues to improve its application within social work and healthcare are proving to be infinite. Most recently, the emergence of a system utilizing tablets has helped case workers to save time and increase productivity exponentially.
Read more on OpenPlacement.com
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 [In the News]
Beaufort County’s Department of Social Services has earned an award from the National Association of Counties.
Read more on WDNWeb.com
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 [Press Releases]
Northwoods today announced that Jon Petersen has been named vice president, market development. Petersen directs the identification, qualification and pursuit of strategic market opportunities for Northwoods, and works closely with strategic partners.
Monday, April 15, 2013 [In the News]
Few employees have to be on the move as much as a government case worker in a county child protective or family services office. Unfortunately, many of these offices still use physical files that require the worker to return to the office up to several times a day to keep them up to date. Those offices that have partly moved to electronic files are not always equipped to handle workers making updates remotely.
Read more on GCN.com
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 [Press Releases]
Twenty-five social workers at Beaufort County Department of Social Services (DSS) are virtually carrying their entire offices to home visits using new mobile software from Northwoods.