Supporting Pembrokeshire and west Wales

Welcome

Welcome

Buzitech's focus is to provide service and support to local businesses. This allows us to concentrate on service rather than be sales driven as we do not have a retail outlet where customers can purchase goods.

We only stock small components used in the repair and upgrading of computer systems.

We pride ourselves in offering our customers an expert level of I.T support and consultancy throughout the west Wales area.



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Services

Services

» Microsoft Partner

» Support for Microsoft operating systems: client and server. Support for desktop applications (e.g. Microsoft Office / Microsoft 365).

» Hardware support and installation for networking and Windows servers

» Network infrastructure support & troubleshooting for wired and wireless

» Backup, disaster & data recovery

» Support for many third-party applications

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Mission Statement

Mission

"To provide reliable and cost-effective I.T. support for your business"

It is generally more cost effective to outsource I.T support rather than to locate and employ a suitably qualified person in-house. It is also wise to use qualified expert I.T technicians, rather than suffer downtime costs due to giving I.T responsibility to a non-qualified member of staff as part of his/her duties. Qualified technicians are generally able to diagnose and resolve problems more quickly and reliably than less skilled personnel.


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customer profiles

Buzinet

Buzinet

Buzinet is an online creative web design and web marketing agency, we have a ‘can do’ attitude and are happy to tailor our services to our clients’ needs. We have vast experience in working with a variety of clients ranging from local businesses in our native Pembrokeshire all the way up to large international companies.

Greens Motors

Greens Motors

Greens Motors Ltd, the world’s oldest Land Rover dealership, achieved its remarkable 17 decades in business in 2016.
The family-owned company was founded by Stephen Green in 1846 with his acquisition of an ironmonger’s shop in Haverfordwest’s High Street.