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Case Studies

Over 20 Years in Business

Daniel Price, Software Engineer
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We serve a wide range of organisations, and we’re proud to say that we’ve retained a lot of our current clients for many years. Read the case studies below to understand why people come to us time after time for their IT support.

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How Excellence IT Saved £1,000 Per Annum in SharePoint Storage Costs

Excellence IT have recently saved £1,000 per annum on SharePoint storage costs for Health & Her. Find out if we can help you, too.
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Chevler, best known for manufacturing paper baking cases used for muffins, cupcakes and celebration cakes, sought the expertise of Excellence IT to help them with day-to-day IT and specialist projects. Excellence IT has also helped Chevler become a cyber secure organisation through Cyber Essentials certification.
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Dewis Centre for Independent Living

Dewis Centre for Independent Living (Dewis CIL) is a charity which supports disabled people to manage their own care by receiving a Direct Payment from their Local Authority and using the money to employ their own care staff. Dewis CIL are Cyber Essentials Plus certified, and Excellence IT continue to support Dewis CIL with IT support and software services.
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Markes International

Markes International, based in Llantrisant, South Wales, manufacture laboratory instruments and operate from offices based in the UK, USA and Germany.
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Ategi celebrated 25 years of operating as a not for profit provider of support services in 2019. They employ around 60 people and work with a further 260 or so self-employed Shared Lives Carers to provide support and accommodation to over 200 people.
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Disability Wales

Disability Wales, located in Caerphilly, is the national association of disabled people’s organisations, which campaigns for the rights of disabled people living in Wales. They count numerous disabled people’s charities among their members and use this combined weight to consult with the Welsh Government and influence policy.