Wolverhampton IT firm Technology Management will provide software and services worth around £80,000 to the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity over three years.
The donation means that the charity now has cloud-based Microsoft Dynamics CRM software to support and expand its fundraising activities.
Business manager Angela Watkins told The Express & Star: “Our existing system was a combination of cumbersome, and rigid software and Excel spread sheets.
“With the planned expansion in our fundraising activities, we recognised we needed a much more integrated and user-friendly solution.
“The system also needed to be flexible enough to be quickly tailored to our very specific requirements and work with our existing Microsoft Office tools such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Microsoft Dynamics CRM met all our needs and more.
“Without Technology Management’s generosity in providing a substantial contribution towards the software, hosting, implementation and training costs, it just wouldn’t be possible.”
James Crowter, managing director at Technology Management, added: “We are delighted to be supporting Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, which saves so many lives in the region and be part of the charity’s IT improvement programme.
“We have worked with the team to ensure that the software meets their specific requirements. It is rewarding for us to see how our contribution has made such a difference to the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.”
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