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Charity software specialist awarded Supplier of the Year

Charity electronic point of sale (EPoS) software specialists, Nisyst, has been named Supplier of the Year at the Charity Retail Awards 2017. It’s the second time in three years the company has picked up the award.

Announced at a gala dinner at The Nottingham Belfry on the first day of the Charity Retail Conference, the award recognises the major contribution Nisyst has made to the UK charity retail sector.

The firm was praised for its CHARiot solution, which boasts features dedicated to maximising Gift Aid income as well as the quality of its support and customer service teams.

Nisyst has developed its CHARiot software over the last decade and, working closely with its charity clients, the company has continuously introduced new features and enhanced its capabilities. The system now offers the only HMRC recognised solution for claiming Gift Aid on rag. Its other features include Cloud Hosting, Furniture Collection & Delivery and Lottery Module with the latest innovation being its mobile QBuster app, designed to cut queues at till point.

Bob Chunilal, managing director at Nisyst, said: “It’s a great honour to have been voted the winner by the majority of the CRA’s charity members. We’d like to thank our customers for their continued support and feedback that has helped us to develop CHARiot and our team, from the support staff to sales, development, delivery and customer service, for working hard and being instrumental in providing our customers with great results. We couldn’t achieve consistently good results without them. We look forward to bringing CHARiot to new heights in the future.”

Robin Osterley, chief executive of the CRA said: “The CRA were proud to host what was a fantastic night which brought together so many charity retailers from across the sector to celebrate their successes and shine a spotlight on creativity. The night was a great showcase for the extraordinary work done by the sector whether they were volunteers, shop staff or suppliers to the sector.  We had an incredibly strong list of nominations and they, and all of the eventual winners should be very proud.”

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