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Founded in 2001, Prism was originally a small operation with just two staff members working out of the Managing Director’s spare room. Since then, the company has grown to include over 40 members of staff in specially designed, state of the art offices.
With a client list boasting countless SMEs to huge national companies, Prism is capable of providing reliable IT services to companies of any size.
With offices in Cheshire, London and Manchester, Prism deliver a unique subscription model and provide unrivaled IT support, cloud solutions, consultancy, expert advice and guidance to over 1,000 companies.
In an era where financial gain is all, many companies are blinded by the bottom line. At Prism we think differently. We think that customers and employees need to feel valued and be treated as individuals.
We aim to deliver a high quality service for every customer, every time. We’re also passionate about offering an affordable and cost-effective service. We aim to provide progressive careers rather than jobs. Finally, we aim to support and empower charities, not just line our pockets.
Prism provides IT Support, Cloud Computing, Outsourced IT and IT Security and a range of other services all across the Lancashire.
‘At Arden Lea Nurseries Ltd we need a proactive managed service provider to look after our business infrastructure as we are not the normal 9-5 business, we have been working with Prism for over a decade and the support, management and flexibility to meet our needs continues to exceed our expectations year on year.’
Arden Lea Nurseries Ltd
‘I have been using Prism Solutions for around 3 years now and the whole team are exceptionally professional with their approach and support. No job is too small for any of the advisers I speak to. I am extremely happy with the service I receive and confident that there is an adviser at the end of the phone within minutes to resolve my IT issues. I would not hesitate to recommend Prism to colleagues and friends.’