Taking care of IT for UK Charities

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Taking care of IT for UK Charities

...providing trusted software and information technology support services for over 20 years.

Tailored solutions include:

  • Case Management software
  • Cloud-based services and Information Management
  • Grant Management software
  • Network and IT Support services
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Impact and Outcomes analysis

Case Management

Apricot unites people and programmes.

Relieve yourself from old fashioned methods such as Excel and paper and pen.

Apricot's intuitive, solutions-based platform makes outcomes reporting easy, no matter your level of technical expertise. 

Case Management and Programme Outcomes can be linked, tracked and reported on saving time and allowing you to refine, replicate and expand impacts with evidence based discipline.

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Cloud Solutions

‘The Cloud’ is a powerful process for managing information.

There isn’t a single supplier who is not now promoting their application solutions as ‘cloud-based’ - because the cost and productivity improvements are undeniable.

We tailor our products and services to your bespoke requirements, helping you to work smarter and achieve more.

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Used by over 100 grant-making organisations across the U.K.

Grant Management

Benefactor is the leading Grant management system.

One place for all your grant, reports and audit information.

Extensive functionality, together with the flexibility to meet individual organisational requirements.

Reducing over 90% administration time, Benefactor can help your organisation to deliver more of your mission.

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We provide both “FULL” and “COLLABORATIVE” support.

IT Support

The Gallery Partnership is the leader within the UK Charities sector.

We understand the particular pressures facing smaller organisations and the balancing act needed to keep them running efficiently, keeping costs in check.

Our commitment to finding the best solution for your IT requirements, derives from our passion to providing great service and creating long standing relationships with our clients.

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FINANCIAL ISSUES FOR CHARITIES

In early 2017, Third Sector referred to a report by Lloyds Banking Foundation on the challenges facing the UK charitable organisations, which highlights the key issues as:- 

"...a greater need for digital and technological skills, falling public trust in charities and the need for charities to make their voices heard to ensure that the government’s vision for a "shared society" involves the voluntary sector."

To deal with these changes, the report says, charities should plan ahead and understand what sustainability looks like for them, proactively collaborate with others rather than waiting to be forced into partnerships out of necessity, improve the digital skills available within the organisation and ensure staff are properly supported.

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CHARITIES NEED TO ADOPT TECHNOLOGY

There is tension in the way the charity sector views digital technology; a recent Report, by Eduserv in partnership with CharityComms, showed that 80% of digital specialists in such organisations agree that technology requires a fundamental shift in the way charities work, yet only 34% believe their leaders understand this.

Lloyds Bank’s 2017 research, in their "UK Business Digital Index", highlighted that charities have the lowest industry sector score for digital maturity, with an substantial number (58%) reporting a lack of basic digital skills.

But using digital technology is not just a skills challenge for charities, it is now a governance issue. Organisational and digital strategy are merging into one. From communications to service delivery, to fundraising, digital touches every area of your organisation.

So how can boards prepare for this and adapt to agile ways of working while managing risk?

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LISTENING

An effective partnership with your service provider demands that they not only understand your daily problems and their solutions, but also spend time listening to your requirements, in order to configure the use of your software to your particular needs.

We LISTEN 'actively' - spending time to understand not only what our clients are saying, but also what they mean. This enhances the quality of your installation, both now and in the future.

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PROPOSING

Gallery Partnership have substantial experience of the processes within UK Charities and Not-for-Profits - we have established nearly 200 customers over 20 years.

When we understand your objectives and issues in detail, we use our experience of similar systems which we have delivered, in order to PROPOSE an effective solution for your information management; you can trust Gallery Partnership to get IT right.

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DELIVERING

When agreement on the route forward has been reached, it is in both parties interest to deliver and implement the solution as quickly and efficiently as possible. This requires an experienced team, who understand the purpose as well as the specification - Gallery Partnership.

We take our experience and then we DELIVER your solution, configured exactly to your own procedures and specification.

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"The Gallery Partnership has been an extremely helpful and cost-effective partner in supporting our information management applications and processes. I have no hesitation in recommending them to the community".
Tom Collins
The Children's Society