There’s no question that dynamic software changes the way companies do business. At Microsoft, we believe that all organisations should have access to those benefits - including charities, whose need to be cost-efficient is particularly acute.
That’s why we’ve joined forces with the Charity Technology Trust (CTT) to connect charities and disadvantaged members of the community with technology that can change their lives for the better.
Working with CTT since 2006, we’ve provided over 8,000 local local charities with donations - amounting to over £64 million worth of software. This dynamic technology exchange programme gives charities access to the latest software, enabling them to transform their efficiency and productivity.
Being able to draw on business-quality software means dispersed teams can collaborate dynamically, organise events more efficiently, and optimise campaign activity - enhancing their results and making their funds go further.
Each eligible organisation receives up to 50 licences for 10 different Microsoft software products every two years, including popular solutions like Microsoft Office and Microsoft Exchange. The programme also guarantees two years of software assurance, including free upgrades and e-learning resources for users.
Read a case study about a charity that has benefitted from this programme.
If you know of any charities in your area that could benefit from CTX, please visit www.ctxchange.org to discover how the programme could help.