Our next Breakfast Briefing, how we procure in the changing world of IT, will explore the processes charity organisations should undertake before making investments in technology and how charities can get the most out of their partnership with suppliers.
We have worked together with the Charity IT leaders group to identify a topic which will provide functionally relevant information to technology decision makers in the charity sector.
Getting the right systems in place to make your charity run as effectively as possible can be a challenge. Join us in in June to discuss how building meaningful partnerships can have a positive impact
This event is designed to provide space for charities to debate with other charities. As a result, there are no corporate spaces available and we will withdraw places booked by non-charity delegates. We will issue a refund minus an administration fee of 15%.
26 June 2018
9.00AM - 9.25AMMorning coffee & informal networking
Morning coffee & informal networking
9.25AM - 9.30AMChair's welcomeDan Hall, head of information technology services, GDST
9.30AM - 9.35AMIce-breakersA chance to get to know your peers
9.35AM - 10.00AMSteps to procuring technology for charities
From the initial concept to the project’s completion, Ian Conner from the British Council, talks through the key steps to procuring new technology and questions charities should ask themselves along the way.
Ian Conner, director – global procurement, British Council
10.00AM - 10.25AMBuilding strategic relationships with suppliers
What is the difference between a traditional customer/supplier relationship and a meaningful strategic partnership? What questions should charities be asking of their partners to ensure that projects succeed? This session will explore how to go about working productively with technology partners using examples from Ojo’s recent project with the Disabilities Trust.
Nathan Baranowski, CEO, Ojo Solutions & Lee Odell, The DT Group
10.25AM - 10.50AMCoffee and networking breakCoffee and networking break
10.50AM - 11.15AMCase study: How building a strong partnership led to website successThe British Red Cross recently launched a new website on time and within budget, Rosie Slater-Carr, chief information officer, explains how building meaningful relationships was an important factor in launching the new site and also how it gave members of the IT team the opportunity to learn new skills along the way.
Rosie Slater-Carr, Chief Information Officer, British Red Cross
11.15AM - 11.30AMQ&A with speakersQ&A with speakers
Early bird by 25 May
Standard fee (after 25 May)
*All prices exc VAT This event is designed to provide space for charities to debate with other charities. As a result, there are no corporate spaces available and we will withdraw places booked by non-charity delegates. We will issue a refund minus an administration fee of 15%
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