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NPC awards managed hosted IT services contract to Intercept.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-29 May 2008-NPC awards managed hosted IT services contract to Intercept(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

A three year contract for the provision of managed hosted IT services has been awarded to Intercept, a virtual solutions company, by New Philanthropy Capital (NPC), a registered charity established by a group of financiers to provide independent advice on giving money to charity.

NPC selected Intercept's OnlineDesktop Solution, which will incorporate business applications software, hosting in Intercept's secure data centres and the provision of technical support to all NPC staff.

Intercept said it was chosen by NPC because of its record in providing virtual IT solutions and its approach to understanding the charity's requirements.

According to NPC, it required an IT solution to support its growth while ensuring the charity gained the best possible value from its investment. It also needed a solution to enable staff to work from home, or an alternative location, as required, while maintaining business continuity and information security.

NPC was set up in 2002 to provide organisations and individuals with information on the results achieved by charities, enabling them to direct funds to the most effective organisations, and provides research and advice to donors.

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