We have been helping our clients for over 15 years…

Our strongest selling point is our commitment to our jobs, and our guaranteed response times.

We have a knowledge base built upon 15 years of experience, a great asset in pinpointing problems, finding solutions and streamlining operations.

We have a team of friendly, approachable and highly trained professionals in house, whether you require assistance setting up your emails, or are planning a server room migration, you will find us willing to help and ready to give assistance.

We are happy to take on small jobs, long term projects or permanent support contracts.

Based in central Scotland our team of computer specialists cover everything you need –

  • Professional solutions & friendly advice
  • Reliable small to medium business pc support
  • Support contracts
  • Installation & upgrades
  • Hardware & software maintenance
  • Networking & Wi Fi
  • Data backups & internet security
  • Email & website hosting
  • Website design & eCommerce site build
  • Digital surveillance
  • Video conferencing
  • Free quotes

Please contact us for more information on 0131 510 0360

Company Ethos

really good computer services has a clearly defined set of values and beliefs, which sum up our raison d’etre and underpin all our activities. We are proud of our company values and are committed to delivering them consistently.

Our Values

Client focused: We are committed to understanding the changing needs of our clients and our business will evolve in accordance with their requirements.

Pride: We are proud of our company and take great pride in a job well done.

Respect for the environment: We care deeply about achieving a sensitive and sustainable balance between the needs of the environment and man.

Dependability: Our clients can depend on us to deliver our promise, every time.

Delivering value for money: We understand what constitutes true value for money for our clients and ensure they always receive it from really good computer services.

 

Our Vision

Quite simply, we want to help our clients prosper and achieve their aims through the provision of robust, informed advice and implemented services.

Our Mission

Is to provide an IT service that has all the feel of employing a dedicated member of staff, but without the high financial cost.

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