du Pré plc
Managed hosted telephony and data
du Pré plc is a specialist in Hosted Telephony, Telecoms and Managed IT Services, based in Aldermaston near Newbury, Berkshire, operating across the UK. Privately owned since 1979, du Pré combines years of experience, in-depth knowledge and a high-calibre workforce to deliver tailor-made solutions to its customers. We help customers to innovate by providing the platform upon which to build new, high-performance services for themselves and also for their clients.
du Pré Hosted Voice Solution caters for any size of school or business along with a Contact Centre solution for high-demand environments, with advanced analytics and management tools.
Our Telecoms offering ranges from Broadband to fully Managed MPLS multi-site networks, across the UK. Being supplier-agnostic means we won’t compromise on quality and only use the best provider to deliver business-critical connectivity.
du Pré provides a host of IT Support Services, ranging from break-fix agreements to managed support contracts.
With over 35 years of experience in designing, delivering and supporting a variety of ICT solutions, our customers are completely confident in our ability to execute; always exceeding their expectations. Big enough to deliver, focused enough to care, we put our customers first, always.
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