Adroit Data & Insight win Insight of Fundraising award 2015
Apteco are thrilled to congratulate Adroit Data & Insight, one of our accredited resellers, on their recent accolade of being announced the Supplier of the Year at the IoF Insight 2015 awards.
The awards this year took place at The Globe, London, where many prestigious charities and data and insight agencies were in attendance.
Adroit were nominated by The Children’s Society for supporting their insight team and the development of a FastStats solution. The Children’s Society are a charity who work to help and support vulnerable children through a mix of frontline services, campaigning and fundraising.
Adroit worked very hard to achieve this work with The Children’s Society in order to ensure the team were able to grasp the complexities of the charity’s data. This was done by immersing themselves in interactive workshops and business analysis. Adroit delivered a SQL data conversion layer, providing efficiencies for selections and analysis and also simplifying many areas into the FastStats system in record time and precisely to
Adroit were pleased with the judges feedback, who stated that;
“This entry shows the range of fantastic products that Adroit has used to help transform a charity that had archaic systems and needed help fast. The collaborative work has driven real value for The Children’s Society, and Adroit is also able to demonstrate its work helping other charities improve their fundraising activities on an affordable basis which has a sense of positive repetition.“
Well done to Adroit for demonstrating their skills and expertise in supporting their client.
Adroit is a specialist data & insight agency providing organisations with advanced analysis and systems solution capability. Adroit were shortlisted for the Best Use of FastStats in 2014 and has a high number of accreditation for FastStats design and training.
You can also find out more about the fantastic work that Adroit have done previously with The Children's Society by taking a look at their case study