Cambridgeshire County Council has awarded a document and records management contract to Morse to deliver centralised electronic social care records.
Cambridgeshire County Council will be implementing an electronic documents and records management system based on the Morse Wisdom suite.
This will create a central repository of social services records for adults and children, as required by the Department of Health's Electronic Social Care Records guidelines, while improving workflow management.
The project will provide 2,000 social care workers with secure around-the-clock access to every social care record held and created in Cambridgeshire.
The initial contract for the adult records programme is worth £600,000.
Gordon Jeyes, Cambridgeshire County Council deputy chief executive (children and young people's services), said, "We needed something that will allow 24 hour access to all records from any office in Cambridgeshire, providing a complete case history as is required. Having access to an individual's case history will mean we can work more efficiently and effectively."