How Charities Can Be Transformed By Using The Right Technology

By Rachel Walker, Head of Marketing, Destiny Wireless There are over 180,000 registered charities in England and Wales and together they produce an annual income of over £63 billion. And like many other organisations, they have the usual administrative demands of paperwork, data collection, data analysis and the storage of financial and fundraising documents. They need to make these documents available for many different people to share – volunteers, trustees, employees and many others – who at any time, could be spread around the country in different offices or even in different countries. Different offices and locations also need to be able to use the same integrated systems to record income and manage all the different functions – HR, finance, IT and recruitment –across the board. And last, but not least, they also need to be able to make these large quantities of paperwork available for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to audit Gift Aid donations. An audit trail is

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Life After ECM: What Does It Look Like?

AIIM President and CEO John Mancini recently shared his vision of the rapidly changing ECM (enterprise content management) landscape – and what CIOs should do to cope with these changes – in a special webinar, produced in partnership with KOFAX. You can download the whole recording for free here: https://myaiim.box.com/s/lwhaikf11brfx8sp6sbn. This second extract from the webinar will let you see what AIIM sees as the main priorities for the ECM community going forward Last time (‘Are We Heading To A Digital Industrial Economy… Or Into Digital Business Chaos?’) I outlined the challenges to modern business around the collision of consumerised IT, the rise of Cloud/Mobile and the changing face of the modern global workforce – which in many experts’ eyes is raising the spectre of companies not moving into a well-functioning Digital Industrial Economy but falling into information overload and what you might call ‘digital chaos.’ This means that dealing with information will be the single biggest business problem for

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