1. System Design

    It is easy to get lost in the world of computing. There are so many experts. There is so much advice. What you soon learn is that the great benefits of computing do not come free...nor without difficulties and frustrations.

    Our experience has taught us one thing. Computing is not about software or hardware, networks or platforms. Computing is about people. It is about how you use these tools to make more time, to extend your skills, to enrich your life.

    MacXperts is a people's company.

  2. Innovation

    The developments in computing that we have seen in our work over the last ten years have convinced us of one thing - no one can tell where computing will go in the next ten years.

    As industry leaders in our field we always keep a keen eye on emerging technology. We have close working relationships with most of the big names in computing.

    So, in turn, we can keep you in touch with what is going on. You'll be the first to know if there's a new piece of equipment, programme or tool that can help you in your business.

    In the complex, expensive and ever-changing world of computers, it is a comforting thought that some things will always be there.

  3. Networking & Communication

    In planning your computer resource, you need to consider all parts of the system - hardware, software, networks, servers and communication links. To be successful each part must work with every other. They must be able to expand as your needs expand. They must give you the best value for your money.

    MacXperts bring their experience and expertise not just in the design itself but the choice of components, cables, server systems and communication links.

  4. Turnkey Solutions

    If you want computers, there are lots of people ready to sell them to you. Sometimes at very keen prices. But there are two things to look out for. Are they the machines you need or simply those that the dealer is trying to sell? Secondly, what are you going to do when you've got them?

    Who's going to design your system and keep it up to speed? Who's going to work out the best software packages? Who's going to install back-up equipment to keep you going? Who will train your staff in new tools and programmes? Who will keep you posted when new developments happen?

    Getting machines is where it all begins. But there's a lot more to it than that.