Over the years, Get Support has become established as the IT supplier of choice to small and medium-sized businesses across the UK. In 2000 James Craddock started out trading as Get Support before incorporating. The brand has grown and developed over the past 21 years and is now the proud trading name Get Support IT Services Limited.

Get Support’s team of specialist technical experts work from our offices in Oxford, London and Reading as well as other locations around the UK.

Get Support’s hand-picked team provide technical support in every area of IT hardware and software, providing services to a diverse customer base ranging from one-employee businesses to companies spanning multiple office locations across the UK.

Whether you are looking for IT services of all kinds, including consultation and support  or whether you need the best products at the most competitive prices, Get Support is the company that can supply your needs. We know what we’re doing, and we get it done.

Our mission statement:

  • To provide support in plain English, without unnecessary jargon
  • To provide the services and products that our customers need to make their business succeed
  • To have 100% of our customers 100% satisfied
  • To provide a fast response
  • To give a personal, friendly service
  • To offer a full range of solutions in order to minimise the time and money our customers have to invest in IT
  • To act as our customers’ IT department

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