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Customer Service Survey – Thank you

05 Jun 2017 by matt

From all the team at CHS Networks, we would like to say a big thank you to all customers for taking the time to complete our customer survey. We value our customer's feedback, and will always work to ensure that the service level they receive is of a high standard.

We believe our survey results reflect this:- 

 

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Meet The Team - Robert Moseley

03 Aug 2016 by Default Admin User

Meet The Team - Robert Moseley

Q  What interests you about the IT industry?

A  Because it is a constantly developing industry, there is always something new to learn. therefore working in the IT industry means there would never be a boring day.

Q  Is there an area of IT you specialise in and can you tell…

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CHS Networks- Happy Customer

14 Jan 2016 by Default Admin User

Customer commissioned CHS Networks to complete a thorough Audit and patch re-stack of their existing COMs cabinets.

Our engineers started at 6:00pm and did not leave until early hours of the following morning, 3:30am to be precise. With 250 Connections across voice and data, not a single fault was reported the following day.

We have the pleasure of confirming that our customer was…

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Meet The Team - Neil Schwemm

23 Sep 2015 by Default Admin User

Q-What was your first Job role in IT?

A- [Neil Schwemm] After leaving college, I started my IT career as a database administrator for an IT recruitment consultancy in Bromley.

Q-What would you say is your expertise and why?

A- [Neil Schwemm] Somewhat rusty now on the technical side of things, I would say my expertise is understanding the IT needs of a business and how to…

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Meet The Team - Craig MacPhee

21 Sep 2015 by Default Admin User

Q-What was your first job role in IT?

A-I worked in the configuration department of a central London based re-seller where I built IBM PC's to the customer's specification. The first task I was given was to upgrade dozens of memory cards that bought the PC RAM up to its maximum memory of 640KB (0.6MB). This involved putting 54 memory chips onto each memory…

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Meet The Team - Craig MacPhee

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