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The future of client data management and reporting across systems of care

Mareto is a privacy-by-design product that allows organizations to create a customizable client management system.

Mareto can help you track client data and measure the impact of your team’s efforts. It works seamlessly with Karto to bring your data to life and fuel your impact. Mareto enables the safe sharing of client information across organizations to speed up referrals, and match clients to the right service faster and accelerate collective impact.

Benefits

Affordable and fully customizable through dynamic forms to meet any collection and reporting needs

Privacy-by-design for data protection; data hosted in Canada

Puts the client in the driver’s seat of their care journey by allowing them to keep track of appointments, data-sharing permissions, and referral status

Safe and secure data sharing with client permissions between health, police, social, education, corrections, income and housing systems

Measure the impact of your team’s efforts at the service, program, organizational and network levels

Fully integrated with any other HelpSeeker products to maximize value and impact

Can be linked to existing client management products (CRM, ERM)

Aggregate data from the referral network can inform systems change efforts and identify bottlenecks, gaps, and key impact opportunities to better coordinate support and gain better outcomes

Service and product packages

Our team is committed to your success, offering customization, deployment, training, and technical support every step of the way.

We provide wraparound data privacy support to ensure you meet and exceed requirements.

Mareto in action

Customizable to any organization, programs and services.

Mental health

Shelter & housing

Community safety & wellbeing

Food security

Addictions

Homeless supports

Interpersonal & domestic violence

Seniors services

Health services

Poverty reduction

Youth wellbeing

Veterans