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Steve Smythe Consulting helps UK charities and not-for-profit organisations get the best from IT

Are you thinking about "moving to the cloud", but wondering what the risks are, or how to go about it? Maybe you have your own IT staff but are considering outsourcing your IT infrastructure to get a more resilient, round-the-clock service?

Are your worried about whether your data is safe and you are complying with the Data Protection Act 1998?

Do you have information in "silos" across different parts of the organisation, some of which is out of date or duplicated?

Are you struggling to get the information you need out of Sage or Quickbooks?

These are the kinds of questions that I have helped many organisations answer over the past fourteen years.

Why should you ask me to help?

If you are thinking about investing money and resources in new IT systems, it makes sense to ask for help from someone who has the experience of having done it many times before. I can help minimise the risks of making the wrong decision.

I'm an IT professional, so I can stay up to date with how information technology is helping organisations like yours across the world. I've got a wide-ranging voluntary sector background, so I know how organisations like yours work.

I was Principal Consultant for charity specialists Sayer Vincent for thirteen years and am an associate consultant with Adapta Consulting.

Of course, I'm totally independent of any suppliers and, working for myself means my overheads are low and I can keep my costs down. So, you'll get a "large consultancy" service at "small consultancy" prices!

Ultimately, though, you should choose me because I have a long and successful track record of helping charities and not-for-profit organisations get more from information technology.