In an exciting new charitable initiative, Aptitude Software (which delivers groundbreaking technologies to Chief Financial Officers) will send two employees to represent them by delivering life-changing technology to 175 children at the Q. Learning school in Nepal.

As part of ‘Operation Kanchenjunga’, Aptitude Software will thereby change both the education and life chances of children in the remote Nepalese village of Hangdewa, opening un-foreseeable opportunities to an economically unfortunate community, by providing new computers, networking equipment, a server and world-opening satellite internet connectivity at the school.

Q. Learning is proud to have been working with Aptitude Software for the past few years. By dint of hard work and smart thinking on behalf of all employees, Aptitude Software is growing at pace and globally. Operation Kanchenjunga is a chance taken by the company to give thanks by giving back, upgrading technology not for today’s CFO’s but perhaps a future one coming from the sharp hills of Nepal.

An exciting element of this initiative is that two Aptitude Software employees will travel to Nepal in October to complete the task. They will form part of a group of Q. Learning friends who include CEOs and others from Children’s and other Public Services in the UK – and others from Australia. Everyone is tremendously excited about this amazing opportunity and the support being given by Aptitude Software.

Aptitude Software has served Chief Financial Officers at many of the world’s largest companies for over 20 years.

The company combines finance expertise and technology assets to help customers achieve control, transparency and insight at scale and depth.