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NAFCM Endorses Caseload Manager

Over the past twenty years, NAFCM has analyzed what community mediation centers can do to strengthen their infrastructure and grow. That is why we now strongly encourage community mediation centers to adopt Caseload Manager for “cloud-based” secure program and case management. Caseload Manager at www.CaseloadManager.com is easy to transition to and will have your center operating more easily and more efficiently. Training and ongoing support are included in the affordable package. NAFCM is pleased to offer our heart-felt endorsement of Caseload Manager and to also having negotiated a special discount NAFCM price if you act by the end of 2013. Imagine your valuable data collection and reporting possibilities, as well as the time and money saved by all of your staff, panelists and volunteers. Caseload Manager offers top flight program and case management in a safe, accessible and intuitive program.

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Matthew Phillips

Matt Phillips is the Executive Director of NAFCM: the National Association for Community Mediation. He previous served as the Director of the Volunteers of America, Dispute Resolution Center serving the Greater Seattle area. Matt's most recent role was the director of the Volunteers of America Dispute Resolution Center in Western… MORE >

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