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Website Refresh

Following the investment from Simon Goodenough and the strategic sale of dsp’s E-Business Suite practice, dsp are proud to announce the launch of their new website.

The new site has been designed to reflect dsp’s strategic direction and focus on Database Managed Services, specifically that of Oracle, SQL Server and cloud technologies.

As a company that is widely trusted by both Oracle and Microsoft and carries a lot of weight within the industry, the new look comes as a welcome refresh. Putting prominence not only on the services they deliver but also the technologies used to deliver cutting edge database solutions. The new site also details how ‘Continuous Maintenance’ is used as methodology to deliver outstanding results.

To coincide with the refresh, dsp have released a simple yet compelling company video illustrating how they operate out of Canary Wharf on a 24*7 basis along with a bounty of high value free downloadable assets such as whitepapers, infographics and case studies.

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