IT news round-upCharity Insight Contributor
New business wins and new software provision.
RNIB's new payment processing software
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is to use Commidea to process payments for its online shop and call centre. The shop, which sells a variety of products that help blind and partially sighted people live more independently, needed a product which offered a simple refund capability and which met PCI DSS compliance requirements.
Trinity House monitors KPIs more effectively
Trinity House has appointed Covalent Software to deliver an application aimed at monitoring the charity's Key Performance Indicators, its progress against its targets and areas of potential improvement. The aim is to demonstrate performance to stakeholders and identify where additional resources maybe required by the charity, which provides navigation aids for busy sea lanes around England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltor.
New software for arts and cultural organisations
Blackbaud has launched new software aimed specifically at smaller arts and cultural organisations in the UK. The Patron Edge Essentials offers a number of tools and functionality including interactive online booking, fundraising and patron-focused marketing and CRM; both off and online.
KPMG donates computers
KPMG is donating around £100,000 of laptops and desktop computers to more than 100 schools and charitable organisations around the UK after an IT refresh at its offices. Barnardo's, which has a two year partnership with the professional services firm, is one of benefiting charities.