PlanStreet gets noticed: Startup Accelerator Expert DOJO talks about PlanStreet’s Potential. 

Everyone has an origin story—even systems and organizations. Most importantly, however, solutions to social problems have origin stories and are driven by protagonists determined enough to solve problems that afflict many. In this podcast by Expert DOJO, Aon Rana talks to Brian about how PlanStreet became a software solution for case workers in health and human service non-profit organizations.

PlanStreet is already helping thousands of front-line heroes by revolutionizing how case managers use software solutions to plan and streamline workflows, enter and retrieve data, assess risks and needs, and develop client plans. Our easy-to-use interfaces and customizable data management provide versatile case management software solutions for health and human service non-profit organizations, including health & patient services, reentry programs, homeless management, donor management, child & family services, and affordable housing programs.

PlanStreet empowers your non-profit team to perform at their highest level by automating processes and giving them access to the information they need when they need it. We understand that your organization is not just like every other organization and that your processes, priorities, and workflow require customized solutions. PlanStreet’s case management software gives your team the following advantages:

  • By combining the human and social elements of case management in one platform, PlanStreet becomes the one-stop-shop for all your case workers’ needs
  • Automated processes and enhanced efficiency
  • Cloud-based software allows for access anytime, anywhere
  • Adaptation to specific business needs
  • Customizable user interfaces and reports
  • HIPAA and HITRUST compliance for a secure digital environment
  • eSignature capability
  • Automatic API generation

PlanStreet brings together case management and referrals so you can track client progress even when third parties are assisting them. Clients are not only assisted by you while you directly provide services, but you can also continue to monitor their welfare after their care is transferred to other hands. This results in better client care.

Aon also talks about the direct impact case workers experienced once they switched to PlanStreet. They could not only get rid of cumbersome paperwork, hard to retrieve data but also could track and assess the impact of services offered to recipients of social care. PlanStreet can help non-profits and case workers in federal social services delivery. Aon also discusses the business side of PlanStreet and shares hopeful projections for expansion in the future. Brian says, and we agree, there are no real competitors in our field. Data management systems exist, and CRMs can perform part of the job, but PlanStreet offers a comprehensive purpose-designed system for case management in the social sector.

We are confident that our case management software is the tool your healthcare and human services team needs to get to the next level. So, is PlanStreet the unicorn of case management? We’re getting there. And we welcome you to join us on this journey of helping each other improve services and the quality of life of vulnerable groups in society. For more information on what we can do for you: contact us at

About Expert DOJO:

Expert DOJO is the most active international early-stage startup accelerator in Southern California. They invested $100,000 in each of their startups and helped them gain traction and scale faster than they could ever do by themselves. Since 2018, Expert DOJO has invested in over 100 startups to accelerate their growth. What makes them unique is our focus on building visionary companies. They believe that if you can visualize your solution in specificity, you have a higher probability of achieving its full potential. That’s where Expert DOJO comes in.

They typically invest in pre-seed and seed-stage startups with a product, a go-to-market strategy, and a potential for high growth. Most of their startups are minority and female-founded technology companies. However, they remain industry agnostic and invest in founders from all over the world and from diverse backgrounds.

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