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Investing in technology is crucial for almost every modern organisation, yet taking the IT plunge can prove particularly difficult for charities and community organisations which must weigh the benefits of improved IT efficiencies against spending hard-earned funds directly with their beneficiaries.
Selective Travel Management, Northern Ireland’s leading independent travel management company, has come up with a solution which offers one local charity the best of all worlds, donating fifty computers to Northern Ireland Hospice.
Keith Graham, Managing Director of Selective Travel Management, says, “We manage often highly complex global travel arrangements for major clients right across the UK so it is no surprise that we prioritise ongoing investment in the very latest technology. Our latest phase of upgrading meant that we had fifty computers which we no longer needed … and what better recycling solution than donating those to a great good cause within our community?
“Our employees were particularly keen to help the Northern Ireland Hospice which has been delivering palliative care for local people across Northern Ireland for over 35 years and we are delighted that our donation will help free up budgets for other aspects of their vital work.”
Thanking Selective Travel Management for its donation in kind, Stephen Williamson, IT Manager from Northern Ireland Hospice said, “It’s always amazing to see how generous people can be for a good cause. Selective Travel Management's donation of 50 computers will make a huge difference to the Specialist Nurses and Doctors at Northern Ireland Hospice, and all the staff and volunteers who help the Care Teams do their jobs.”