We are pleased to announce that the Greater Manchester Adoption & Fostering Consortium have chosen to use CHL’s CHARMS system. CHARMS (Computing Help Adoption Register Management System) is the leading software package for the day to day running of both adoption and fostering teams, it also matches children and families as well as producing detailed statistical information at the touch of a button.
We are pleased to announce that Mayfield Curzon Associates have chosen to use CHL’s Recruitment Management system. As with all of CHL’s systems it has been designed to be intuitive and easy to use as well as being extremely reliable. Management reports and detailed statistical information can also be produced at the touch of a button.
We are pleased to announce that Electricity Distribution Services Ltd have chosen to use CHL’s Customer Relationship Management system. As with all of CHL’s systems it has been designed to be intuitive and easy to use as well as being extremely reliable. Management reports and detailed statistical information can also be produced at the touch of a button.
After helping with Stockport's old Dataease referral software CHL were asked by Val Riley (Coordinator, Stockport VSS) if they could produce an up-to-date system. Close cooperation between CHL's development team and Stockport VSS staff and volunteers has produced a system that fulfills all of the Scheme's operational needbutton. Thanks especially to Monica…
Computing Help Limited is registered as a Limited company and begins trading under the direction of Jim Moores and Ian Johnson. CHL is formed in recognition of the need for cost-effective, easy-to-use database systems in Social Care. It is the company's aim to research and develop a portfolio of systems that will help those in the front-line of social care to deliver services to client groups includingAdopters and foster carers, children in need of adoption and foster placement, adults with learning disabilities, adults and children who require specialist aids and equipment, orange badge holders, elderly people in residential and day care, people with mental health problems. Over the next 5 years we aim to have over 100 local authority and voluntary sector sites across the UK.