Fundraising Regulator appoints Syrenis to deliver FPS

first_img Tagged with: Fundraising Preference Service Fundraising Regulator Melanie May | 27 January 2017 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 The Fundraising Regulator has announced that it has chosen Syrenis Ltd to provide the database and telephone service for the Fundraising Preference Service.Syrenis beat five other firms in a competitive tender process to win the business. The Regulator appointed Syrenis due to its existing The Preference Centre product, which will be built upon for FPS, as well as the firm’s previous experience of working with call centres, and the level of cyber-security built into its products.Syrenis will begin work immediately on developing FPS, with the service scheduled to go live to the public in the early summer.Stephen Dunmore, chief executive, Fundraising Regulator, said:“We are delighted to be working with Syrenis, who impressed us with their proposal for the Fundraising Preference Service. It is essential that the service operates as smoothly and securely as possible, which is why Syrenis is the perfect fit. Their commitment to flexibility will also be an asset as the product develops prior to launch.“FPS will help individuals take control of their communication with charities. It is a vital step in rebuilding trust between the public and the sector, although it is not the only answer and more will need to be done to ensure that charity fundraising is carried out to the highest standards.”Nicky Watson, CEO, Syrenis, said: Advertisement  78 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6center_img “We welcome the opportunity to work with the Fundraising Regulator and to deliver this important service. We look forward to developing and launching the service over the coming months.”The Fundraising Regulator published its plans for the FPS in December, stating that it would not be a single ‘reset button’ as had been feared, but would enable individuals to opt out of receiving communications from specific charities. It said then that it was in discussions with a number of potential suppliers.  77 total views,  1 views today About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Fundraising Regulator appoints Syrenis to deliver FPSlast_img read more

Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Dec. 19-21, 2013

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Pick 6: Coaches on the hot seat entering 2014

first_imgIn this July 21, 2014, file photo, Virginia head coach Mike London answers a question during a news conference at the Atlantic Coast Conference Football kickoff in Greensboro, N.C. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File)Coaches often say they are always on the hot seat. That might be true, but some seats are hotter than others.Last season, Southern California and Texas changed coaches and created a cascade of corresponding moves.A similar situation could play out this season, with a few coaches in high-profile positions heading into 2014 very much in need of winning records and quality victories.Six coaches entering pivotal seasons for their job security.Will Muschamp, Florida:Muschamp had a mediocre first season (7-6), a great second season (11-2) and a terrible third season (4-8) with the Gators. Injuries played a big part in ruining 2013, but oh that offense was ugly. Kurt Roper was hired away from Duke to be the coordinator. Roper plans to spread things out more, up the tempo at times, and benefit from the return of quarterback Jeff Driskel, who missed most of last season with a knee injury. Muschamp has plenty of talent to work with on the defensive side. Another losing season would not be tolerated in Gainesville. The question is just how big of a turnaround does Muschamp need?Brady Hoke, Michigan:While Muschamp’s time at Florida has been up and down, Hoke’s three-year stint with the Wolverines has been a steady decline. Eleven victories. Eight victories. Seven victories. It’s one thing for the Wolverines to chasing Ohio State. But Michigan State, too? Hoke is also banking on a new offensive coordinator to fix some of his problems. He hired Doug Nussmeier, whose offenses put up big numbers at Alabama even though they weren’t quite what Nick Saban was looking for. The Wolverines have a roster loaded with highly rated recruits, but short on experience. It looks like a team set to blossom next season. Hoke might not be able to wait that long.Charlie Weis, Kansas:The Jayhawks have improved in two seasons under Weis, going from one victory to three last season, including their first Big 12 win since 2010. Improved is still a long way from good. The Jayhawks are loaded with experience and should have their best team under the former Notre Dame coach. But will another small step forward be enough?Mike London, Virginia:London’s had one winning season in four with Virginia, including last season’s ugly 2-10 that ended with nine straight losses. Virginia decided to give London another year instead of eating a big chunk of contract. He’ll add some blue chip recruits to an experienced defense, but with games against UCLA, BYU, Florida State and Louisville, a major turnaround will be difficult.Kyle Flood, Rutgers:A record of 15-11 in two seasons with the Scarlet Knights shouldn’t put a coach on the hot seat, but a nine-win season followed by a six-win season has the arrow pointed in the wrong direction. And now Rutgers moves into the Big Ten to face a brutal schedule (Michigan, Ohio State, Michigan State, Wisconsin and Nebraska). Add to that the fact that athletic director Julie Hermann, who has had some of her own problems since arriving at New Jersey’s state university, didn’t hire Flood, and it’s a volatile mix. Did we mention that for Rutgers coach Greg Schiano is available? Volatile.Tim Beckman, Illinois:Like Kansas under Weis, Illinois improved from Year 1 to Year 2 under Beckman, going from two wins to four. Bringing in Bill Cubit to run the offense worked wonders last season, but the Illini still couldn’t stop anyone. And February’s recruiting class was ranked last in the Big Ten by Rivals. Another bowl-less winter would be a tough sell in Champaign.___Extra point: Others getting toasty include: Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia; Norm Chow, Hawaii; Troy Calhoun, Air Force; and if Nebraska takes a step backward, it’d be interesting to see what happens with Bo Pelini.last_img read more