ComputerWorld is one of the  Top 1000 Companies To Inspire Britain 2016 .

ComputerWorld is one of the Top 1000 Companies To Inspire Britain 2016.

ComputerWorld is one of the longest established specialist IT solution and services providers in the UK. With a history dating back over 25 years we specialise in working closely with our customers to understand their business and technical needs and delivering products, solutions and services to a high standard across our core pillars.

With a strong foundation in training and education we strongly believe in working with our customers to help them make informed decisions and enable them to take ownership of their infrastructure, business strategy and employee enablement. One of the ways we do this is via customer facing events, the video below will give you an overview of one of our most recent events which featured more than 200 registrations and industry leading speakers alongside the ComputerWorld team.

Define Tomorrow™ 2016 Microsoft event

Helping businesses define tomorrow is the core value ComputerWorld strive to achieve, as such our thought leadership blog is called Define Tomorrow, head over to read the latest industry news, insights tips & tricks and much more.


Supporting Transplant Association

Jonathan Osborne joined ComputerWorld in the late 80s and took over as owner and CEO in 1993, a position in which he remained until his untimely death in 2014.

Transplant Association is a new charity based in Bristol and co-founded by Emma Osborne and Kevin Mashford. It was set up after the death of Jonathan Osborne and also Kevin receiving a heart transplant a year previous.

It has clear aims and objectives aiming to improve patient care in the UK. With first hand experience, and working closely with UK Transplant Centres and NHSBT, a new user friendly information website and directory due to be launched early Summer 2016. 

Transplant Association's aim is to heighten donor awareness and the importance of signing the National donor register. It is also piloting the first scheme of its kind at the Institute of Transplant, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle. It is funding a new educational programme to up skill Transplant Nurses and Co-ordinators in recognised Counselling qualifications. So far the feedback has been extremely positive and they are already making a big difference to patients and their families pre and post Transplant.

Website coming soon...