A Dorset entrepreneur has launched a new business providing companies with solutions to their radio and wired communications needs.

This month James Bull, who owns managed service provider IT Support 365 on Portland, launched new business Prestige Communications Swindon Limited (PCSL). The new business specialises in; broadband services – including superfast and fibre, data cabling, security doors and access systems, two-way radios and CCTV.

Together with business partner Robert Chequer,

the business based in Swindon but working across the Wiltshire and Dorset area, provides businesses with a wealth of knowledge and experience gained across the past 40 years.

Mr Bull worked for 25 years with the company that was Prestige Communications before its incorporation. He said: “I think it’s really exciting, there’s an opportunity for cross-pollination for the businesses. Adding these products to the group is good. It gives lots of opportunities to look after customers with a greater wealth and experience of products. The company has a long and distinguished history, and we look forward to carrying forward that vision, growing and developing the business across the next 25 years.”

In the next few years the group aims to help more businesses across Dorset and Wiltshire find the best solutions for their businesses, helping them to work smarter, faster and better. The focus is on providing the best solution, tailored to each customer. The introduction of 5G will be an ‘important development’ for businesses Mr Bull said. He added: “With some areas of Dorset and Wiltshire not connected for fibre-broadband, we look at the best ways to ensure businesses have the tools they need to thrive. Whether that’s using 4 or 5G networks or superfast or fibre-optic broadband, we ensure that customers get the right products and services to keep business running smoothly.”

For more information about how PCSL and IT Support 365 Ltd can help your business visit: www.prestigecomms.com

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