Landaur Business Computing

Great Missenden, United Kingdom

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Description

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We design and develop business software applications to help our customers obtain the best performance from their staff, their products and services, and their customers to result in improved profits and reduced overheads. From simple statistics on who buys what and what sells best to full systems across networked computers managing enquiries, customer requirements, sales, purchasing, accounts, debtors etc. Our customers operate in a very wide range of markets including mail order, manufacturing, trade associations, accountants, travel agents, vehicle deliveries, property management, surveying, print broking, professional cleaning, local and central government, and many more. We formed in 1995 and are ISO9001 registered.

History

Established in 1995.

After having worked in senior IT positions in UK and multinational companies the founding director decided to utilise his experience to help smaller businesses use and benefit from the computing facilities they already had in place. Using components of Microsoft Office benefits were relatively quick to develop and realise. Being asked to install these new systems on multiple computers we became involved with the installation of cabled computer networks and the provision of new computers, servers, other hardware and software: services that we continue to provide alongside our specialisation in software development. Our customer base has grown and diversified and we continue to provide a personal, friendly and professional service embracing both technology and business knowledge.

Meet the Business Owner

Nigel K.

Business Owner

Having initially trained as an officer in the Merchant Navy I left to embark upon a new career in computing starting as an operator on large mainframe computers before progressing to programming, systems analysis and then management. Managing UK departments then progressed to managing departments of European and International corporations which provided exposure to a full diversity of business functions and disciplines. Satisfying business need with computing services provided a breadth of knowledge and interest that, whilst being satisfied within the large companies, lacked impetus. So a move to start my own business and relate that experience to the needs of small business provided a new challenge and an opportunity to bring about change and improvement at a quicker pace and with earlier benefits to my customers.