IT new business wins: Seeing the wood for the trees
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IT new business wins: Seeing the wood for the trees

3 Mar 2014 | Kirsty Weakley

Kirsty Weakley looks at the Woodland Trust's new software, as well as the rest of the month's IT new business wins.


IT new business wins: Seeing the wood for the trees

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Audit new business wins June 2011: Little and large

Mergers and acquisitions are becoming commonplace as charities find their way through a difficult financial landscape. Vibeka Mair outlines their effect on the latest audit new business wins.

IT new business wins June 2011: Plan for the future

Plan International has appointed Siemens IT Solutions to implement a new global management system to improve accountability. Kirsty Weakley reports on this and other IT new business wins.

Audit new business wins April 2011: The quality factor

In these difficult times, charities are finding different ways to adapt, from sourcing new income streams to making tough economic decisions.

IT new business wins April 2011: OSCR winner

The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) has appointed the company tasked with creating the infrastructure for online filing of annual returns and accounts north of the border, and aims to launch the service later this year.

Audit new business wins March 2011: Sky-high savings

North West Air Ambulance (NWAA) has saved nearly 80 per cent on banking costs since recently appointing the Co-operative Bank as its main banker.

IT new business wins March 2011

Our roundup of the latest IT procurement in the sector includes a new fundraising system at the Salvation Army, videoconferencing at Macmillan Cancer Support and website testing at Diabetes UK.

Audit new business wins February 2011: Legal tender

NSPCC has laid claim to being the first UK charity to use a competitive tender process to appoint a panel of lawyers on a pro-bono basis for a year.

IT new business wins January 2011

This month's roundup of IT procurement in the sector includes a new HR and payroll system at CAF and wide area network improvement projects at St John Ambulance and Skillshare International.

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