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Social Solutions is a 90 person software company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. The company provides performance management software for thousands of human service organizations, including Harlem Children's Zone, the Annie E. Casey Foundation,  the Administration on Aging, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development,  and the cities of Boston and Hartford, Connecticut.  Social Solutions’ software product, called Efforts to Outcomes (ETO), helps organizations measure the progress that they make with participants and families.
Social Solutions was founded in 2000 by Steve Butz, a former human service professional with the Living Classrooms Foundation. Steve and his co-founders, Adrian Bordone and Vince Griffith, were frustrated by their inability to accurately track progress when working with troubled youths, and decided that there must be a better way for human and social service organizations to have an impact on participants, families, and communities.
- " Nonprofits turn to Middle River software firm ", The Baltimore Sun, Tuesday, November 25, 2009: Gus G. Sentementes. Accessed December 1, 2009.
- "Feds to pay Social Solutions $1M for use of its software", Baltimore Business Journal, Friday, December 5, 2008: Scott Dance. Accessed December 1, 2009.
- "Making a Measurable Difference Creator of rating tool seeks to improve charity effectiveness", The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Thursday, November 13, 2008: Caroline Preston. Accessed December 1, 2009.
- "WASHINGTON: Social worker puts nonprofits to test", The Washington Post, Sunday, March 29, 2009: Adrienne T. Washington. Accessed December 1, 2009.