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.

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Scouts tie the knot with Access

The Scout Association has chosen two software products from Access to replace a ten-year-old system which did not have the necessary functionality for the charity's current needs.

New waterways charity chooses thankQ CRM system

The planned new waterways charity, which will take over from British Waterways next year, has appointed thankQ to implement its fundraising and CRM software.

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.

IT new business wins February 2011

This month's roundup of charity IT procurement includes two new projects at Cafod, new HR software at Leonard Cheshire Disability and a move into the cloud for the King’s Fund.

Eye for retail: BHF’s charity shop upgrade

The British Heart Foundation's new EPoS system has dramatically improved the management of its charity shops. Gareth Jones reports.

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.

IT new business wins October 2010: No phone unturned

Gareth Jones reveals the latest IT business wins and finds out why telecoms systems were on the button for their charity contractors.

New business wins

Gareth Jones oversees the past month's IT procurement in the sector, including a £5.2m contract for the Nursery and Midwifery Council.

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