Social workers have to abide by strict procedures in recording the progress of their cases. Corelogic designs software that helps them to manage their case loads by keeping track of all the information. It also produces figures for the performance indicators set by the Department of Health so that councils can identify areas where targets are not being met. Kevin Moorhouse and Iain Clark founded Corelogic in 1999. Clark held on to a full-time job in the first year, and spent his evenings developing the software. The company is now making a good profit, and 12 London boroughs and county councils have subscribed to its system. Sales have risen 198% a year from £155,000 in 2001 to £1.4m in 2003.
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