NetOp Tech gets a hole in one for NSPCC with Croft Technology Friday 22 June 2007 PDF Print Reading, UK, June 22nd, 2007: NetOp Tech Ltd - a wholly owned subsidiary of Danish IT company Danware A/S - will be supporting Croft Technology Plc’s 15th annual Golf Day by acting as the main sponsor for the event, with all proceeds donated to the NSPCC. The event, held on June 28th, marks the highlight of Croft Technology’s corporate calendar. Customers including Jewson, Audi North East and Sheffield International Venues will be attending. Mike Kibblewhite, Managing Director of NetOp and Chris Stockley, Channel Manager, will be joining the mixture of customers and professionals to make 36 players in all. Croft and NetOp are hoping to top the £5000 raised during last year’s event. A large percentage of this will be raised by an auction at the end of the day, where players will bid for items such as corporate entertainment at Newcastle United, Turnberry golf course and Gleneagles. “The NSPCC is a charity that is close to our hearts at NetOp, so after seeing the success of Croft’s Golf Day last year – we wanted to get involved this time around. As an organisation, we believe in working ethically, and sponsoring this event is another way that we can give something back” said Mike Kibblewhite, Managing Director of NetOp. The event will be held at Arcot Hall (www.arcothall.co.uk), a 200 year old, grade II listed clubhouse, located just north of Newcastle. The golf course itself was designed by world famous golfer, James Braid, who is remembered as one of golf's original and greatest champions, as well as a renowned course designer. “We are delighted to have NetOp Tech as our main sponsor this year. I have no doubt the day will be a great success, and further strengthen our partnership with them.” Phil Renton, MD Croft Technology Plc For photography of the event or to speak with NetOp further about its charitable work, please see press contact below. Ends About NetOp Tech Ltd NetOp Tech Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Danware A/S, which develops and markets software based on NetOp technology. The company has three business areas:, NetOp School, NetOp Remote Control and Security. NetOp School for educational purposes; NetOp Remote Control for control of one or more computers; and security products include Danware’s NetOp Netfilter and NetOp Desktop Firewall, which is a distributed firewall for monitoring of processes and communication on computers. Danware products are sold in more than 80 countries worldwide, and in 2005 turnover was approximately DKK 91.3m. Danware is listed in Copenhagen and forms part of the SmallCap+ index About Croft Technologies. Croft Technology plc is an IT specialist offering applications, consultancy and support to businesses throughout the UK. Croft technology plc provides a wide range of services including project and programme management, strategic IT assessment, technical installation, configuration and peripheral support services. Formed in 1980, Croft Technology plc is based in Newcastle upon Tyne and employs 112 staff. Croft is the preferred partner to a number of the worlds leading IT Manufacturers including Microsoft, HP Cisco, ADC Krone and Kyocera. Press contact Vikki Chowney Six Degrees Vikki.firstname.lastname@example.org 01628 480280 07951 187269 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Six Degrees Limited in the following categories: Men's Interest, Leisure & Hobbies, Sport, Consumer Technology, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.