SQL Server Consultancy and Microsoft Data Analytics – it’s the heart of what we do.
Our SQL Server Consultants live and breathe the Microsoft SQL Server data platform and know how to optimise it to meet the demands of your business. Through projects such as database consolidation, automation and modernisation we help our clients look after one of their most valuable assets, their data.
A leading Microsoft Gold Partner, dsp’s pedigree in delivering SQL Server consultancy throughout the UK is well established and for two years in a row we have been shortlisted by Microsoft for 2 key awards, Worldwide Data Platform and UK Partner of the Year. More importantly, we employ some of the UK’s finest SQL Server Consultants, Archictects and DBAs and take pride in our customer success stories.
Our knowledge and expertise extends far beyond systems implementations, we also deliver:
|– SQL Server estate modernisation|
|– SQL Server database upgrades|
|– SQL Server Azure Migration|
|– SQL Server database performance tuning|
|– SQL Server health checks|
|– Application benchmarking|
|– Change management and documentation|
|– SQL Server database hosting|
|– SQL Server Security and Patch Management|
|– SQL Server Support & Managed Services|
Our accredited SQL Server consultants, highly skilled DBAs and Solutions Architects have hands-on experience across the entire SQL Server and Microsoft Data Platform suite of technologies.
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