Xperedon, the supplier of cloud-based fundraising software and IT solutions to the business and charity sectors, is to be rebranded UmbrellaDev.
Operational since 2010, UmbrellaDev’s Xperedon brand has invested over $10m (£7.6m) in the development of a suite of high-impact, flexible cloud-based software solutions that are used by third sector organisations around the world including the Charities Aid Foundation and the International Hospital Federation.
The company says the new name better reflects its growing status as a provider of comprehensive cloud-based services for the business sector and cloud-based fundraising and engagement tools for the non-profit sector.
The company added that it has worked on a number of UK charity initiatives including PurpleSpace, the platform that brings together disability network leaders in the workplace to share best practice. Really Useful Stuff, the online marketplace aimed at providing people with disabilities the items they need to make life easier is also a client.
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