Based in Birmingham, Dan’s Computer Services provides computer repair and maintenance to the public and businesses throughout Birmingham. Formed in 2010 the company has a broad experience in the computer repair sector.
With a knowledgeable, fully qualified experienced team, the organisation delivers a professional computer repair and installation service to both businesses and people. The services we offer were designed with cost effectiveness in mind, helping clients to get the best value, for the lowest prices in the area.
The company delivers a range of computer services that effectively help the client and are ideal for both business and personal use. This includes Computer Repair, Software Installation, PC Setup, Server Maintenance, and now Web Hosting also.
Dan’s Computer Services has a growing customer base both in and around Birmingham, spanning many other businesses and people. The company is owned by Daniel Wilson and supported by Samuel Hawkesford who is involved in the computer industry and has been for some years now. Daniel Wilson is experienced enough to manage the company, having previously had experience working with UK Drainage Network, Acuica Limited, and CTC Kingshurst Academy.
With a team that includes two enthusiastic, hard-working and skilled trades people, Dan’s Computer Services has a young team, qualified in computing.
A little note about DCS and this site:
DCS (Dan’s Computer Services), This site, and the “Business” or “Company” are purely theoretical, created and maintained as part of numerous assigments for a BTEC IT and Business course which Daniel is currently undertakng. While the site may appear to be a business, no sales or money is made and the blog is actively updated for both assignments and as a hobby by Daniel and Sam. The website has been used since 2010 for outcomes from a range of BTEC units, including Web Design, Graphic Design, e-Commerce, Marketing, Communication, IT Support, and Business Information. The site is hosted live for ease of use from a maintenance and coursework perspective, and to demonstrate skills and abilities; some content has been used as exemplar work (all for educational purposes). If you have any questions please use the “Contact form” to get in touch – Yes, it does work!