The NSPCC has selected Adapt to deliver its core IT infrastructure, including voice and communication applications.
As the leading UK children’s charity the NSPCC works to keep children safe from abuse. Adapt will implement a managed hybrid custom cloud solution to deliver the charity’s core IT and comms requirements, to support Childline, a service from the NSPCC and the delivery of services such as web chats and text messaging.
The NSPCC will be using Adapt’s managed hybrid cloud solutions - its cloud integrator model that brings together its own market-leading platforms, public hyperscalers and legacy environments.
Ray Bilsby, Chief Information Officer at the NSPCC said:
“Adapt have a dedicated team who have helped us to build the supporting technology for the new CL web-site and back-office systems which will be used by Childline when we go live in the Spring 2017. They have demonstrated a clear understanding of our requirements from the very beginning, recognising the importance of building a resilient service to provide support to children and young people, 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.”
Scotty Morgan, Chief Sales Officer at Adapt said:
“We are delighted to work with the NSPCC and support the vital work they do for children. The close working relationship that we have with our customers is integral to the way that we operate and we are extremely proud that the charity chose us not only for our managed cloud solutions, but also for our people.”
Adapt was recently acquired by Datapipe, the global managed service provider. Datapipe works as a trusted partner with businesses on their cloud migration strategies and implementation. It recently announced that it is working with BMJ and Kaldor, providing bespoke cloud solutions that encompass both private and public clouds. Datapipe has been recognised with several accolades for customer service and cloud innovation, including winning Cloud Project of the Year in the recent SVC awards.
Are the leading children's charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. They help children who have been abused to rebuild their lives, protect those at risk, and find the best ways of preventing abuse from ever happening. The NSPCC believe that every childhood is worth fighting for, and this is why it is theur vision to end abuse to children in the UK.
For more information, please visit the NSPCC website.
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