Third Sector

Third Sector

Improving efficiencies in the Third Sector

With the economic downturn, Third Sector organisations are experiencing a reduction in government funding, increased pressure on budgets and greater competition for private donations.

Any investments made in tools and systems that will not directly impact service users or tenants, are often seen to be wasted. This makes value-for-money and fitness-for-purpose key.

Exponential-e has several years of experience in delivering tailored IT solutions focused on the needs of Not-For-Profit organisations and Housing Associations. We understand the unique challenges the Third Sector faces.

Organisations such as Wellcome Trust, Macmillan Cancer Support, Thames Valley Housing, Viridian Housing and Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity are only a few of the many Third Sector organisations who use our point-to-point Connectivity, Wide Area Networks (WANs), Cloud and Voice services to cut costs and improve efficiencies.

Hear from Macmillan Cancer support, another longstanding customer of Exponential-e, about their current Cloud issues and challenges:


Don't just take our word for it

“By changing Network supplier, even though we had to break out of the existing contract early and pay a penalty fee, it still worked out more cost-effective to implement the new Network with Exponential-e. In addition, we can now run multiple services across our Network, which allows shared services between departments - making our assets go even further.”

Gerard Brown ICT Infrastructure Manager - Thames Valley Housing.

Don't just take our word for it

"The scale of our Network upgrade and number of sites involved was substantial. It’s a testimony to Exponential-e’s UK footprint that they could cover our twelve sites so cost-effectively."

Richard Hastings - Macmillan Cancer Support

Don’t just take our word for it

"Our database is accessed 24 hours a day and is essential in ensuring people with blood cancer have the best chance of finding a match. We need to ensure our data is safe, accessible and available at all times, now and in the future. As we continue growing year on year this demand is only increasing and we need to ensure we have the ability to expand our capacity in the future.”

Marcin Fabjanczyk - Infrastructure Manager, Anthony Nolan.