Asystec is a Data Management Solutions provider based in Ireland and the UK. We specialise in Virtualisation, Data Analytics, Infrastructure and Design and Security and Governance.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to bringing the highest level of service to our customers and this can be seen in our vendor accreditations – examples include; SAS Gold Partner, EMC Gold Partner, Commvault Platinum Partner, and VMware Premier Partner.
Founded in 2011 Asystec Limited is an innovative, proactive company specialising in Data Management Solutions.
Asystec, together with their market leading vendors and expertise aim to determine solutions to meet the requirements of our customer’s organisation.
Asystec was established by Les Byrne & Brendan McPhillips. Having both worked within the industry for a number of years, they gained vital experience and accumulated many accreditations along the way. These industry experiences lead to the recognition of an opportunity for a Partner that would provide a high level of service.
We are customer driven, differentiating ourselves from competitors through our unrivalled vendor knowledge and management skills. We offer expert, unbiased advice together with cost efficient solutions. Our goal is to guide our customers through every stage of their data management queries, right through the implementation process with an exceptional after care service. With our highly specialised team always at hand we are the ideal partners to help you deliver IT services to your organisation.
The Asystec model that has been carefully thought out allows us to adapt to the many new technologies in an ever dynamic environment thus enabling the organisations we deal with to reduce costs and gain business agility and efficiency.
LATEST NEWS FROM ASYSTEC
Corporate Sponsor - Chris Bryan
Asystec sign 18 month deal with open water swimmer Chris Bryan.
Asystec have announced the exclusive sponsorship of Chris Bryan, Irelands up and coming open water swimmer. The sponsorship will fund training and global competitions for the next 18 months, and will support his ambition to compete at the Rio Olympics 2016.