What digital transformation looks like at Comic Relief
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What digital transformation looks like at Comic Relief

2 Feb 2016 | Zenon Hannick

Zenon Hannick describes the digital transformation taking place at Comic Relief.

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How Diabetes UK became the first charity to offer mobile membership

Regular giving by mobile has become old hat. Diabetes UK is innovating by offering membership on mobile. George Child explains how it’s doing it.

Improving IT at the Terrence Higgins Trust

Chris Cranie explains the strategic approach behind the two-year IT improvement programme recently implemented at Terrence Higgins Trust.

Accidentally lost unencrypted personal data

Con Alexander explains the action one charity took after a memory stick containing donors' personal data was lost.

How the Stroke Association updated its balanced scorecard

Paul Hughes describes how the Stroke Association improved its KPI dashboard for managers and trustees.

Peace Corps in Ghana

Audience response technology helped Peace Corps volunteer David Fields to improve the collection of data from the Ghanaian communities he helps, and therefore to better target his assistance.



Reinforcing the ramparts against website hackers

Seven years after his charity’s website was hacked by fraudsters, Neville Kyrke-Smith summarises the lessons learned.

Business cases and benefits

RNIB’s new CRM programme is designed to deliver the charity’s customer strategy and a measurable return on investment, says Jane Deal.

Implementation of a new financial system at Shelterbox

ShelterBox is a disaster relief charity based in Cornwall which decided to look for a new accounting system having come to the conclusion that it had outgrown its existing Sage product. Accountant Rob Evans gives his thoughts on the new system he helped to put in place.

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