Founded in 1988, Computer Systems UK has steadily grown to become a well established IT management company - building, installing and maintaining IT systems.
We strive to give our customers the latest, top quality technology – efficiently and on budget.
Understanding all of our customers IT requirements is key to allowing us to deliver the right products and services with confidence.
IT technology is constantly getting faster, smaller and more accessible, but trying to keep up-to-date with all the latest gadgets and gizmos, let alone speaking the lingo, is hard work.
That's why at CSUK we pride ourselves with the latest IT skills and knowledge. Gigabytes to teraflops, static IPs to remote access networks, we know the lot – so you don't have to.
So how are we different? Well at CSUK we expect our customers to be customers and not IT engineers.
We never talk to you using complicated computer language, we never baffle you with science and never ask you to get more involved than performing the most basic of routine system housekeeping tasks (because that's our job), unless of course, you want to.
Computer Systems UK has worked with Microsoft for many years. We are a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, an accreditation that represents the highest level of expertise with Microsoft technologies. This shows that our people, processes and services have a proven high level of competence and that you can be confident in relying on us for all of your support needs
At CSUK we practise straight talking throughout our business and that includes the money. So when it comes to the bill, you can be sure there will be no hidden costs or charges.
"Having worked with CSUK for five years now I think I am in a good position to comment on their many attributes. Their response is instantaneous and their commitment total. The team's technical knowledge and ability to diagnose problems very rapidly is bettered only by their loyalty and ability to manage our relationship at every level. I commend them to anybody considering employing their services."