Persimmony Celebrates 17 Years of Providing Case Management Software Serving the Public Good

IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On Dec. 9, Persimmony celebrates its 17th anniversary of providing case-management services in the health care and social services arenas.

Persimmony has grown from its 2002 beginnings, providing Solano County with First 5 case-management support and helping the U.S. Navy track shipyard repair costs in San Diego to today’s industry-leading, technologically innovative company supporting nearly 5000 users in agencies up and down the state of California. In 2008, Persimmony introduced its Electronic Case Management (ECM) solution, which has revolutionized case management for public-health-based nursing, behavioral health, and social services programs.

“None of our competitors offers a TCM benefit,” says Persimmony COO Maureen Tierney. “This means counties are compelled to leave millions of dollars on the table every year. Our software can help those agencies capture that funding and expand their public-outreach services.”

“When I started this company 17 years ago, I did not envision the ripple effect we have experienced,” adds Persimmony Founder, President and CTO Michael Kogus. “We’re proud of what we’ve achieved in providing universal case management software, especially TCM processing, along with consistent 100% audit compliance.”

About Persimmony Software

Since 2002, Persimmony Software has revolutionized case management software as the nation’s leading case-management software developer, marketer, and distributor. Persimmony Software, whose portfolio of cloud-based products includes Electronic Case Management (ECM), Targeted Case Management (TCM), and other solutions, is trusted and endorsed by public health and human services departments, California First 5, Nurse-Family Partnership, and other programs dedicated to the public good. Persimmony creates a central repository for program data, consistently maintains audit-ready status, and provides an efficient pathway to federal reimbursement funds.


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Jill McKenna
Persimmony Software
Main (949) 770-5550 ext. 106