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DLIT are pleased to announce some exciting changes to our business!

After 9 years at our old site in Southmead, we have in July moved to premises in Avonmouth. We are in a shiny new office in a shared building, and the neighbours are very friendly! Having started from a conservatory and then a garden shed at the original MD’s home in 2002, we’ve come a long way to our new 149m2 offices.

We are also excited to announce that our Technical Director, Ray Abrahams is now our new Managing Director, and will be supported by Wayne Russe as our new Technical Director. Dave Lewis who has been MD since our inception, is now our presiding Chairman.

Moving us forward into the new era of DLIT, we have invested in a new integrated system called Connectwise which links tickets, emails, calendars, licenses, subscriptions, stock and billing into one. This software is designed specifically for IT support businesses and helps us to provide the most efficient and cost-effective service we can to our valued clients.

DLIT are a Bristol-based IT support company with over 120 diverse clients grown organically since 2002; mostly through recommendation. See what our customers think of us!

We would love to welcome our clients to see us in our new home; if you would like to pop by please just contact Helen on helen@dlitsolutions.co.uk so we know to expect you.

Lastly, we’d like to wish Dave, Ray and Wayne our very best wishes in their new roles.

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Exciting changes to our business

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DLIT are pleased to announce some exciting changes to our business! After 9 years at our old site in Southmead, we have in July moved to premises in Avonmouth.

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