IT Support Greenwich – Wavehill offer a variety of IT Services to clients all over London and the Home Counties. IT Heldesk, IT Support, IT Onsite support, IT Consultancy, Cloud, Web Design & Maximizer CRM
Wavehill have been offering IT Support from our offices in Greenwich since 2001. Its been our happy home with great travel links with the DLR, Jubilee Line and over ground rail to London Bridge in 10 minutes. The majority of our IT support is dealt with over the phone and by remotely controlling your screen but in a real emergency you need someone onsite quickly.
Wavehill are active across London but also work locally in the boroughs of Greenwich, Lewisham & Bromley with the South East London Chamber, Fit for Legacy and supplying The Royal Borough of Greenwich. We are also members of with the London Docklands Chamber.
Our IT Support Greenwich based services include:
The Detail for IT Support Greenwich
- We look after your staff when they have a technical problem, if it’s broke we fix.
- How do I? Is it possible? Where’s my file? We look after your staff when they have a functionality question.
- We setup technology on PC’s, Mac’s, Laptops, Tablets and Phones.
- We manage all your service renewals, notifying you in plenty of time to renew or change.
- We manage and support the back office equipment (servers, switches, routers) that provides the network for your office IT to work.
- Regular maintenance checks to ensure all stays healthy with an early identification system where growth is exceeding implementation.
- If something fails we provide recovery or replacements to get you back working ASAP.
- We have a 24/7 monitoring service that tells us if something is not working and we can fix before any time is lost.
- We look after decision makers, tell us what you need and we’ll provide consultancy, explaining options and costs to deliver the systems and processes you need to run a successful business.
- We speed up your working processes by program systems – simple and easy to use wizard driven forms that save many man hours of data input and duplication.
- We write one (magic) button reports to gather information from various sources to help you deliver the company picture.
- We design interactive websites.
- We design interactive websites that communicate with your database.
- We help you implement CRM systems for prospect and clients to match you own sales, service and marketing needs.
- We purchase best price IT equipment to suit your need and budget.
Make Wavehill your outsourced IT Support Greenwich Partner, contact us
More about Greenwich
In 1675, the Royal Observatory at Greewich, outside of London was created to study the determination of longitude (a vital component to oceanic navigation). The United Kingdom and, by association, the United States, used Greenwich as the reference point for longitude.
Thus, by the time of an international conference in 1884 to establish fixed degrees of longitude on the planet, many countries had been using Greenwich as the prime meridian for decades so the tradition became internationally accepted
Home to the Cutty Sark – click to go to visit Greenwich website
The Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship. Built on the Clyde in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest, coming at the end of a long period of design development which halted as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion.
The opening of the Suez Canal (also in 1869) meant that steam ships now enjoyed a much shorter route to China, so Cutty Sark spent only a few years on the tea trade before turning to the trade in wool from Australia, where she held the record time to Britain for ten years. She continued as a cargo ship until purchased by retired sea captain Wilfred Dowman in 1922, who used her as a training ship operating from Falmouth, Cornwall. After his death, Cutty Sark was transferred to the Thames Nautical Training College, Greenhithe in 1938 where she became an auxiliary cadet training ship alongside HMS Worcester. By 1954 she had ceased to be useful as a cadet ship and was transferred to permanent dry dock at Greenwich, London on public display.