From little things, big things grow

CareLineLive is open for business whether you are a micro business or large corporate. Each customer has the same access to all our features.
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Marie Page
3rd April 2023

At CareLineLive we care about all our customers whether they are a micro business or a large corporate. Each of our customers has the same access to all our features and our support team are ready to answer the phone whether you have two carers or 200. In fact 80% of phone calls are answered within 20 seconds.

We’ve heard that some home care software providers only accept customers that meet a minimum size requirement.

We have hundreds of customers that maybe considered ‘small’. We don’t neglect these smaller companies. They are often owner managed and run with small staff teams where they have to be experts in multiple areas of running a business. And nowadays in home care that doesn’t just mean running a home care business well, it means being an expert in staff recruitment and retention too.

We know that from little things big things grow. And even if you have no plans to grow significantly we will still be with you every step of the way.

We never turn business away. We simply have a minimum £100 monthly subcription amount. That way CareLineLive is affordable for everyone. And with CareLineLive you get access to everything – the entire package, all the new updates and product roll outs and we don’t charge any extra for office staff to have access to the system. Our pricing is based on the average number of carers you manage on your staff roll every week.

So if you are thinking about starting a home care business but were worried that an all-in-one software package would be out of reach, do give us a call. We’d love to talk to you and be with you as you grow your company.

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