London, United Kingdom – (The Hosting News) – June 23, 2008 – Web hosted IT and data center provider, Intercept, will handle charity sponsor enablement firm NPC’s website, through a managed hosted services contract.
Registered charity (NPC), has awarded the leading virtual solutions specialist Intercept the contract for the provision of its managed hosted IT services. The three year managed service contract for Intercept’s OnlineDesktop Solution, will encompass the provision of all business applications software, hosting in Intercept’s secure data centres, and the provision of technical support to all NPC’s staff.
Jocelyn James, Chief Operating Officer, NPC, noted, ”We needed an IT solution to support our growth whilst ensuring that we were getting the best possible value from our investment. In addition, we wanted to enable our staff to work flexibly from home or an alternative location when needed, whilst ensuring information security and business continuity.”
New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) was set up by a group of City financiers who realised that there was nowhere to go for independent advice on giving money to charity.
NPC chose Intercept’s OnlineDesktop Solution because of its track record in delivering virtual IT solutions and its approach to understanding NPC’s requirements.
Ian Readman, Chief Executive at Intercept remarked, ”We are very excited to be partnering with a charitable organisation as passionate about changing lives as NPC, and look forward to a long and close relationship, with us indirectly supporting its tremendous work through the cost effective and productive use of IT.”
Intercept focuses solely on helping companies of all sizes reap the rewards of virtualised IT and unified communications. It collaborates with clients to reduce IT costs, improve user performance and increase business agility with the most resilient, scalable and high-performing technology solutions available today. As a specialist in virtual technologies, Intercept empowers client teams to get the very most out of their investment in IT. It has years of real world experience in designing innovative solutions that are carefully crafted to the needs of their clients, and are delivered with exceptional tailored support.
NPC was established in 2002, by founders who believe that by arming organisations and individuals with information on the results actually achieved by charities, they could direct funds to the most effective organisations, helping to change lives for the better. Its 40+ strong team provides research to identify where the need is greatest, advice to donors to make giving a rewarding and effective investment, and the tools to charities to help them communicate their results more effectively.
For more information about NPC, please visit: www.philanthropycapital.org.
To learn more, please visit: http://intercept.com.