GNC Technology Ltd was started in 2013 by Paul Guha and Ian Cameron. Our history began in a small office in Telford, Shropshire in the West Midlands. We then moved to the award winning Upton Magna Business Park near Shrewsbury, Shropshire in 2018. Shropshire is and was home to some the countries leading innovators including Charles Darwin. Shropshire is also well known for the many technology and digital companies who start up here.
Although our client base is spread throughout the UK, many of our clients are local from the Shropshire area. We also have many clients from the surrounding counties such as Staffordshire, Powys, Chester and Wolverhampton. Our expertise in IT Managed Services, Data Migration and Cyber Security has enabled us to work at the highest level for some of the UKs largest financial institutions. This experience has given our consultants a good level of understanding of the various legislative demands made upon them.
Paul studied Leisure Computing Technology at Bolton University and is a qualified Prince2 practitioner. Ian's expertise lies in infrastructure and problem solving and is a Certified Professional IT Technician. Combined, Ian and Paul have over 30 years' experience working in IT at various levels. Their understanding of the various issues presented by all sizes and types of companies is desirable and appreciated by our clients. One of our clients, Salon Ten, told us:
We are so proud to have built up enviable relationships with our clients due to our ability to become part of the team and our capabilities in knowing the best solutions for your requirements.
Not only is the history of GNC Technology important but the direction in which we are travelling. We are constantly striving to improve our skills and expertise and our staff regularly attend courses and workshops to do just that.
Our mission is simple, to help UK businesses work smarter with cost effective IT solutions. This mission will allow them to focus on growing their business whilst remaining compliant and secure 24/7/365. If you want to be part of our future history, please contact us on 0333 241 2544.