IT service providers BMc Azurri and K3 Retail will appear at the charity retail event, demonstrating improvements to charity retailers including Sue Ryder through a more streamlined, manageable and cost-effective IT service.
K3 Retail, Barron McCann and BMc Azurri (part of the Barron McCann Group) are working together to provide charity retailers with a fully managed and cloud enabled Microsoft Dynamics solution – a combination of K3's software solution and hosting service and BMc Azurri's specialist Gift Aid software, making use of Barron McCann's hardware rollout and support services.
This allows charity retailers of all sizes and types to replace their old legacy systems with brand new, fit for purpose, up-to-date solutions with volunteer friendly systems, allowing staff to focus their time on what's important to them – raising funds to provide care.
BMc Azurri and K3 Retail will be exhibiting at The Charity Retail Association Conference 2017, which takes place between Sunday 25th June and Tuesday 27th June at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottinghamshire. The companies will be appearing together at Stand 6 to demonstrate their work and how their collaborating is helping charity retailers across the UK.
Together K3 Retail, Barron McCann and BMc Azurri drew on their extensive expertise and individual skills to provide an end-to-end solution for Sue Ryder's retail stores that is designed specifically with the charity's needs in mind. Sue Ryder, which provides hospice and neurological care for people facing frightening, life-changing diagnoses, runs over 450 retail stores across the UK and needed to replace its old legacy system with a fit for purpose, up-to-date solution to help them manage their retail estate more efficiently with volunteer friendly systems. Support is on-going for the charity and the service providers are continuing to work together, pooling their resources and providing the fullest level of service possible. Sue Ryder have been shortlisted in the 2017 CRA Awards for best use of technology by a charity retailer.
Alastair Petrie, General Manager of BMc Azurri, said: "It's fantastic that we're able to work together with the highly skilled K3 Retail team in order to make the most of our collective expertise and create the best service provision we possibly can. In terms of Gift Aid income, we believe that the technology offered will enable charity retailers to build on their currently proven infrastructures and increase revenue opportunities which then flow through to their vital care services. BMc Azurri has also made the most of this opportunity by enhancing products which are now available to our customers across the charity sector."