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NSPCC to Talk About the Challenge of Multi-Stream Projects at TechSmart 2016
Pythagoras’ customer focuses on how NFPs can navigate multiple partners and deliver a successful solution
October 24, 2016, London – Pythagoras, a leading provider of Microsoft Cloud solutions, is sponsoring a TED-style talk at TechSmart 2016 – The Technology Summit for the NFP Sector given by Gordon Gillespie, Transformation Manager, NSPCC, on how NFPs can overcome the challenges of multi-stream projects.
TechSmart, which is taking place in London on 30th November 2016, is a brand new, high-value event designed for anyone involved in making decisions on the selection and use of technologies in the non-profit and professional membership sectors. Organised by Hart Square, the independent technology consultants, the Summit will feature over 20 exhibitors and sponsors from the technology marketplace, including Pythagoras, who work every day with non-profit and professional membership customers.
Gordon Gillespie of the NSPCC, who will give the TED-style Talk, is experienced in delivering business change across a spectrum of large commercial and public organisations. Kirsty Moors, Business Development Manager, Pythagoras said: “At a time where there is a lot of pressure on the sector, customers such as the NSPCC have found themselves in a unique position of having to do more for less. Digital transformation is at the forefront of strategies going forward, and it’s up to Microsoft partners like us to support, educate and guide NFP and membership organisations in this digital evolution.”
Glenda Parker, CEO of Hart Square, added: “The TechSmart sponsors are leading technology experts and are passionate about what they do. The TED-style talk by the NSPCC will provide delegates with valuable insights into the challenges NFPs face with multi-partner projects. Delegates will have every opportunity to ask questions and speak informally to all our speakers to maximise the value of these talks.”
As well as the TED-style talks, the TechSmart Programme will feature: keynotes from leading independent authorities on technology trends; roundtable discussions on topics of interest; speed networking, and supplier ‘lightning talks’.
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