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IT company gives back to community

Posted onPosted on 8th Nov

A scheme run in conjunction with its non-profit and charity clients has seen an IT support company give back to one of its customers.

RoundWorks IT, based in Nottingham but with an additional office at Ransom Wood, Mansfield, donated money to Healthwatch Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, an independent organisation that helps people get the best from their local health and social care services.

RoundWorks managing director Luke Watts presented a cheque to Healthwatch interim chief executive Jane Laughton.

Luke said: “We have a growing reputation as providing excellent customer services, in particular with a number of charitable and non-profit organisations.

“We firmly believe in doing business properly and making the right decisions and choices. As a result, we are delighted to be able to give something back.”

Jane said: “We are an organisation that provides a vital role in listening to patients and feeding back important information that can influence improvements in local health and care services.

“While we receive statutory funding to carry out our work, we are constantly looking at ways to gain extra resources. This is a lovely gesture from RoundWorks, and we are extremely grateful.”

RoundWorks, formed by Luke and his friend Matthew Riffat, in December 2016, recently took on its first employee, IT support technician Jenna Marshall.

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