Moving swiftly on: charities can't afford to stop at digital transformation
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Moving swiftly on: charities can't afford to stop at digital transformation

25 Jan 2016 | Bertie Bosrédon

Charities have got on board with digital transformation, but they’re still behind the commercial world when it comes to launching digital pilots. Bertie Bosrédon outlines the challenges to, and tips for, digital pilot success.

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