25 Jan 2010
This isn’t another blog wildly enthusing about social/new media, despite its indispensible role in supporting the relief effort to Haiti.
Mobile technology will leap in significance to charities over the coming year, according to a panel of experts attending the annual ‘Technology Trends Lunch’ hosted by IRIS NFP Solutions.
International livestock charty GALVmed has chosen to implement the Infor FMS SunSystems financial accounting solution from reseller Sapphire.
Hopefully there is a handy recycling bin somewhere for this report which pays little attention to sector views, or indeed the ethos of the sector.
One new site that’s launched this week and is already generating a fair bit of interest is the Glass Workshop. It was built by the charity agency Whitewater, who are working with the charity SolarAid to try and “prove the power of inspirational donor feedback”.
The Woodland Trust has begun a project which will see the overhaul of its interactive woodland mapping system, and will eventually map all of the UK’s 22,000 publicly accessible sections of woodland.
Age Concern Liverpool will sell a database of 20,000 older people to businesses wanting to tap into the ‘grey market’ as part of a new trading venture.
From 1 April 2011, for any accounting period ending after 31 March 2010, HMRC requires that all corporation tax returns are filed online. All supporting documentation, including the accounts and tax computations for the accounting period, must also be filed online.