For the past three decades, Sync has been at the forefront of technology throughout the North West region and beyond. Formed in 1992, Sync’s roots can be traced back to what could be considered the tech iron age, when newspapers were printed out of custom metal blocks and etched each day.
Formerly GBM Digital Technologies, what started as an integral part of the North’s newspaper printing industry, transformed first into a vital cog in the creative advertising sector and then blossomed into a company which now provides IT consultancy, equipment, training, and repairs across the business, education and consumer sectors.
From a design and print house in Ardwick to a three-level store on Deansgate, the company has moved from strength to strength over the last three decades.
Now Sync has partnership status with tech giants such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Adobe to offer organisations the best possible and most up-to-date tech experience. It is also one of the only companies to provide a full online Mac configurator for schools and businesses to build bespoke hardware systems that perfectly suit an organisation’s specific needs.
CEO, Chris Costello beams,
“This Birthday is not just about looking back but looking to the future too. We have a hugely talented group of people, loyal clients, trusted partners and a commitment to make a difference. It’s a strong foundation for the next 30 years.”
“Whilst the technology and deployment practices have updated through the years, our mission statement has continued to stay the same: Delivering customer-centric solutions via a consultancy-lead approach.”
Partnered with the world’s leading software developers and manufacturers, Sync is the place to go to purchase the latest tech and find digital support and training.
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