Thank you for the feedback in January – 100% happy clients
Client feedback enables our team to move forwards – making adjustments to our processes to make sure your organisation receives the support and solutions it needs to grow.
We are really appreciative of all the great feedback we received for January and our 100% satisfaction score. If there’s anything you think we could have done better, then we make sure we get back in touch to talk about how we can change things going forwards.
“Thanks for your work on this and getting getting it done quickly.”
Belle Russell, The Original Cottage Company
“Being new to PT Organics it was my first time using Breakwater IT. Michael was very friendly and helpful and got a resolution to the issue sorted very quickly.”
Nick Owen, PT Organics Ltd
“Great work Jordan! Thanks for the quick turn around on this job!”
Phill Rushmere, East Anglian Air Ambulance
“Thanks for sorting this so quickly :)”
Amy Lindsay, MA Partners LLP
“5 Stars, listened to the issues, and explained clearly what steps could be taken to resolve. Updated PC to avoid any further issues to fix bugs etc. Great services, Thank you”
Kayleigh Taylor, East Anglian Air Ambulance
“Excellent service -again!”
Chris Henning, Kent Carlyle Wealth Management Limited
“Great first contact with Breakwater under our new contract.”
Sophie Conroy, The Forum Trust Limited
“Thanks so much David, I am now fully operational – Thank you for your patience and understanding. Enjoy the rest of your day”
Carol Attwell, The Original Cottage Company
As Marketing Coordinator my focus is to showcase Breakwater IT and the solutions we offer to support businesses with their IT infrastructure. Within my role I develop and give voice to the Breakwater IT brand across various marketing channels, by supporting local communities and through our own events programme.View my profile >
On January 14 2020 Microsoft switched off support for Windows 7. This means there are no longer software updates, security updates or technical support for any issues you encounter. This leaves your Windows 7 PC, and your business vulnerable. If you are still running Windows 7 on your business PC, you have a greater risk of viruses and malware.