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We work with Not-for-Profits to prepare them for the future, help them use data to understand their audience and consolidate costs responsibly. Our relationship with Microsoft can bring access to funded programmes, assessments and proof of concepts to get you started. 

We work with a range of Not-for-Profit organisations including charities, foundations, associations, trusts and societies to help them innovate and grow. 

Helping Not-for-Profits grow

Deploying Teams Calling for hybrid work

We enabled RCOG to embrace flexible hybrid work as part of an office modernisation strategy. We consolidated their multiple phone systems into a single Teams solution to provide a superior end-user experience, simpler management and a 30% reduction in travel expenses. 

Modernising an application in Azure for enhanced performance

We moved NIESR’s core application into the cloud so they could retain market share. We advised on the development approach to make the application run in the cloud and subsequently migrated the app into Azure. NIESR now attracts new customers through free trials and can focus on improving the user experience

Optimising Microsoft 365 security

We helped MPA assess and regain control of their security and compliance. A Microsoft 365 security deployment was undertaken with a series of recommended configurations acted on. As a Cloud Direct customer, MPA can review their Microsoft 365 security with ProvideTM with regular reports and tips. 

Not-For-Profit Organisations we've helped include:

Not-for-Profit resources

We understand the importance of technology innovation and transformation in this sector, so check out our Not-for-Profit resources

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As well as all our usual resources, guides and webinar content; we are also able to help charities access exclusive resources from Microsoft.

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