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Company name: Prism IT Solutions

Prism it solutions: provides cloud support for 1,000 smes nationwide
Prism it solutions: provides cloud support for 1,000 smes nationwide

Nature of business: Business IT Support

Locations/also markets they operate in: Congleton, Cheshire, and London 40 Bank Street

Contact information: T. 0845 121 7770

Key executives: Co-founders, Gary David Smith and Richard Alexander

Branch locations if applicable: N/A

Brief history of the company:
Since our formation in 2001, the Prism team have worked hard to build an enviable reputation as one of the UK’s premier outsourced IT providers. The very essence of our business is to provide IT services and solutions to clients across the UK.

With numerous award wins and professional accreditations, we believe in long term relationships with all clients, team members and suppliers, taking ownership of your IT requirements to exacting standards.

Gary David Smith
Gary David Smith

We are not the local PC shop or the “IT guy”; we are your strategic technology partner.

Certifications/ licenses: Various

Products/ services offered: Prism was created to offer unrivalled business IT support, this was the first service we delivered to their clients and ten years on it remains at the very core of our business. Today they have multiple support products, each providing different features and service level agreements. They understand that every business is different, and would welcome the opportunity to discuss your unique requirements with you, but please have a look at their most popular products that provide comprehensive support when you need it most.

Corporate social responsibility activities: “I heard Sir Bob Geldof telling a conference that ‘you can’t do it all but you can do your best’ and it inspired me to create my own CSR,” said the co-founder of Prism Total IT Solutions.

“There is never enough time or money to do everything that you want to but you should not use that as an excuse for not doing anything at all.”

“I believe that all companies should identify their core skills and donate their time or services to chosen charities,” said Gary – whose company currently supports over five thousand IT end users across more than one thousand businesses nationwide.

Prism Total IT Solutions adopted Friends for Leisure (FFL) as their corporate charity in 2008 and provide them with all of their outsourced IT solutions as well as organising regular fund raising initiatives.

Major projects they want noted: Prism Disposal offers a nationwide responsible and secure IT disposal service and is looking to re-use more computers within the not-for-profit and charity sector (more details on their website).

Website: www.prism.uk.com