The dsp Difference

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We’re a smart, fearlessly innovative IT Managed Services organisation created with a client-comes-1st, technology-comes-2nd attitude.

We really believe we offer something extraordinary to every one of our customers, and we’d like to do the same for you. It’s not about imposing the latest platforms, processes and standards on you just because they’re new. It’s about listening to what you need and making great technology work around your goals.

But why work with DSP?

  • We are trusted by two of the world’s largest technology companies, Oracle & Microsoft.
  • We have a pedigree that goes back almost 20 years.
  • Our team of DBAs and delivery staff is substantial…and still growing.
  • We pioneered DBA Managed Services in the UK and it’s still core to us today.
  • Our experience covers database infrastructures that are on-premise, in private-clouds, on public-clouds and pretty much everything else in-between.
  • Our people are dedicated, approachable and highly-skilled, but also appreciate that they won’t always know best and are still willing to learn.
  • We understand technology and how to get the best from it.
  • Our leadership team has a long track record of delivering client success.
  • We believe in the power of continuity:

Continuous support. Continuous improvement. Continuous success


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