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VMware Professional Solution Provider

IT Support Sussex, Kent, Surrey and Hampshire

Weald IT provides IT Support across Sussex, Kent, Surrey & Hampshire from 3 bases, one in Uckfield, Brighton and Porstmouth.  Industry qualifications include: Office 365 Silver Cloud Productivity, VMware Professional Solution Provider,  Citrix Silver Solution Adviser,  Shadow Protect MSP,  Veeam Silver Partner plus we hold the ISO9001 certification.  We pro-actively provide IT support to around 140 businesses and have been doing so for almost 30 years.  IT Support comes in many flavours from full outsourcing, helpdesk, managed services, IT manager outsourcing, IT director outsourcing to the provision of a permanent on-site engineer.  We support businesses from 2 users through to the largest client who has around 180 staff.

About the company

The company, Weald Computer Maintenance Ltd was formed in 1988 and in 2015 will turnover around £2m. Weald currently employs 18 staff.  The business is service driven and it is the retention of clients and the building of recurring revenue from contracts that enables it to thrive.  Client service is absolutely paramount to this organisation so it lives true to its values: Ethical, Empowering and Effective.


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