Saturday, May 30, 2020

Servelec strengthens government offering with C:Vision acquisition

Sheffield software specialists Servelec has this week acquired Careervision (known as C:Vision) in a deal that strengthens its local government offering.

Cheshire’s C:Vision provides case management and information solutions to local government children’s and young people’s services teams.

The acquisition gives Servelec customers the tools and support to provide coherent, joined up digital care to service users together through a range of interoperable solutions.

The company said that the deal “completes the circle of digital care pathways in Children’s Services”.

Once integrated, social workers, youth support teams, finance teams and support staff across Servelec’s children’s and youth services customer base will have seamless access to the right information at the right time.

Alan Stubbs, Servelec CEO, said: “The acquisition of C:Vision by Servelec ensures that, for children’s and youth services teams at local authorities, every service user will be supported and every support worker will have access to the information they need, when they need it, enabling even the most complex of cases to be managed safely.

“We look forward to welcoming the C:Vision team to Servelec and working closely to integrate our solutions and enable the sharing of information across all settings.”

Jason Stevens, Managing Director of Career Vision, added: “The management team and I have built up C:Vision around the concept of providing the right information at the right time to enable those involved in care provision to intervene early if required to deliver better outcomes for children, young people and adolescents.

“We are excited by this new chapter in C:Vision’s development and look forward to working with the team at Servelec to provide an integrated solution to our shared customer base.”

Walker Morris acted as legal advisor on the transaction and Deloitte provided financial and tax due diligence services.

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