IT new business wins: Banking on a cloud
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IT new business wins: Banking on a cloud

1 Jul 2014 | Kirsty Weakley

Kirsty Weakley looks at Homeless International's new cloud-based banking software, as well as the rest of this month's IT new business wins.

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Mencap spellathon goes digital

Mencap has launched a digital version of its spelling competition enabling contestants to take part online and raise money for the charity by collecting online sponsorship.

CRUK new app will enable donations

Cancer Research UK has announced that it is developing a new smartphone app that will provide more services, including donations, than its current app on a greater range of devices.

4Children reveals new website

4Children has launched its new website to provide clearer information about its work and campaigns as it expands its service delivery role as the government’s strategic partner for early years and childcare.

IT new business wins November 2011

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) has revealed plans to overhaul its website and online communication strategy to reach a larger audience and improve the services it offers online.

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.

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