Welcome to Syonica


Providing services to the I.T. and Digital Media Industry for over ten years, we invite you to discover our achievements and how we may be of service

In 1990 3 business partners started a company called Excel Information Technology to distribute and sell mainframe software in the United Kingdom. After an excellent sales record in the first two years, the major supplier took over distribution in the UK. Dataware Computers Ltd. began as a sales and consultancy business for the I.T. Industry. Dataware became part of the Syonica Group in 2001 along with other business acquisitions, CD-UK and Web UK Net which have led to the diversification of the company Syonica Ltd.

The company, as a group has three divisions - Information Technology Solutions, Digital Media Production and Resource Management.

 

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Associated British Foods PLC

Oct 2012 Desktop Migration
Associated British Foods plc
Successful migration of 2 high profile businesses within the ABF group. Provided business project management and delivered a solid performance for the program. The Windows 7 deployment went to plan and to budget with excellent user feedback.
 

Man Investments AG Zurich

Nov 2011 Desktop Migration

Man Investments

Global Infrastructure Projects • Managed the migration team’s successful desktop migration from Windows XP to 7 for Man Investments CH AG in Zurich & Geneva Switzerland; Milan, Italy and Rotterdam, Netherlands
 

 

New Services Contract Agreed 

August 2006

Syonica I.T. Services provider to EDS GFS We are now contracted to provide deployment  I.T. services to EDS Global Field Services.
 

Preferred method of CMS

January 2007

Syonica I.T. Services and Web.UK.Net Webdesign use Joomla!  We are announcing our preferred Content Management System (CMS) is Joomla. We have completed various projects using this excellent open source management system. We have several more in development.

 

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