Computer Services for Businesses in the North East.
When it comes to computers, you just want your systems to work! When they don’t, you spend too much time trying to fix them – time that would be better spent running your business. That’s where DC Services can help.
Established in 1998, DC Services provides IT support to small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) throughout the North East.
Whether you’re just starting out in business, looking for IT systems to support your growth, or seeking to renew existing contracts, we can provide an IT solution that meets your needs and suits your budget.
Why Choose DC Services?
With so many inferior I.T. providers, it can be very difficult to identify a company that has the ability to provide a consistently high standard of customer service.
This is something we have been doing since 1998, so we must be doing it well.
Honest and professional service to every client
Best Industry Advice
We will always provide you with the best industry advice, never a one item does all job
We leave out the technical jargon wherever possible. Just honest plain English.
Tailored For You
We make sure we create a tailor program by understanding your business, ensuring that we advise you on the appropriate technologies
No Broken Promises
If we promise you something we always deliver, whether that be a better technical solution or when an engineer will be onsite to help with your IT needs
We Add Value
We ensure to add value to our clients and their business
Whether you want to install new systems or need support for your existing I.T. infrastructure, it’s our job to ensure your computers do their job to make your business more efficient and productive.
We don’t just fix your computers when they’re not working, but also offer help and advice on how to improve your systems to minimise disruption and meet the needs of your business now and in the future.
We can help manage and plan your I.T. projects, such as providing private or public Wi-Fi across your premises. We can even collect data for mailing lists as a user accesses the service.