We understand that charities are under increasing pressure to deliver a high level of service to all their stakeholders in an increasingly digitised world.
From the donors, to volunteers and staff, as well as the vulnerable people they help, charities must make sure that their IT is able to communicate and facilitate an effective service.
From upgrades and replacements, value and costs, we provide the best support to get your IT working for you. In order to help your charity make informed decisions about future IT planning, we’re here to help.
Registered charities need to be able to guarantee that budgets are spent wisely and that any technological investment is a sound and financially justifiable decision. We will only provide you with the most reliable, independent advice to ensure that your organisation receives the greatest value-for-money solution.
We're flexible to your needs. However your charity works, we can help.
We don't use jargon. Just simple, clear language
We provide a consistently excellent IT service to charities
We understand that the availability and security of mission critical services for users, members and stakeholders is imperative. That’s why we believe that trustworthy, independent, expert counsel is essential.
Our team of experienced professionals will work alongside your organisation to help you understand your legal obligations and find a secure solution, tailor-made to your specifications.
We can help you to carry out a thorough information security risk assessment. Then we help plan and implement end-user training and internal policies to ensure the protection of your data. Whatever the size and shape of your organisation, we can manage the ongoing security of your IT infrastructure.
We work alongside leading IT cloud, hardware and software providers. This makes us ideally placed to offer independent advice and support. Our comprehensive IT management provision, totalIT, enables your organisation to receive the guidance and support it needs to succeed, including:
Chris Truman, Director of Business Services, The Royal College of Midwives
Laura Sercombe Chief Executive, Challengers
Trudi Kent Executive Support Manager at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity
Elaine Graham-Leigh Finance and IT Administrator at The Nuffield Foundation