Jonathan Papworth

Care Software Providers Association (CASPA)

Jonathan’s career started as a computer programmer in the late 70s. In the 90s he was commissioned to develop a service user billing system for Court Cavendish and this was when Jonathan started working in the social care sector. The billing system went on to become the electronic care planning system Caresys, which Jonathan sold to Advanced in 2010. In 2013, in conjunction with his brother, Simon, they set up Person Centred Software, and in 2019 founded CASPA as a not for profit representative of over 70 technology companies focused on social care.