TWC launches three IT Packages as a celebration of its 10-year anniversary


TWC IT Solutions, one of the leading IT companies for SMEs in London with more than 300 clients across seven industries, operating in 24 countries, celebrates its 10-year anniversary and launches industry-based IT support packages, tailormade to the needs of each sector to help businesses thrive in the post-COVID-19 era.

Key benefits of the new IT Packages are:

Tailored packages for the financial market, recruitment industry and CRM telephony services
Comprehensive managed services within the regulatory, GDPR and FCA compliant framework, enabling greater focus to grow your business
A suite of applications including Cybersecurity, IT Support, Telephony, Business Grade Internet Connectivity and Disaster Recovery.
Designed by financial service, recruitment and customer service experts.
Specifically created for small to medium businesses (20-100 employees)

How TWC’s IT Packages are different from the competition:

The aim of TWC’s managed IT package is to provide services that are specifically tailored to your industry, whilst also helping you maintain business continuity with more reliable, but affordable IT solutions.

“Ten years of hard work has turned us into a significant player in the banking, finance and recruitment markets. In recognition of this milestone, we are launching packages to reflect our commitment to these industries. In an ever changing landscape, many companies now prefer one supplier to provide an ‘off-the-shelf’ suite of applications, specifically designed to address all their IT and communications’ requirements. With this in mind, TWC IT Solutions is planning to be at the forefront of infrastructure development and systems delivery to help SMEs thrive, especially in the post-Covid-19 era.” said Paolo Sartori, Managing Director of TWC IT Solutions.

You can read more about TWC’s new IT Packages here.


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