IT Support without the jargon.
HJB IT is the trading name of Harry Bull, an Independent IT Consultant and Technician based in Leicester, serving Leicestershire and the East Midlands.
I offer a range of IT solutions to cover the requirements of most small to medium businesses. If you are a small startup, a multi-tasking sole trader, or a company with a team of up to 20, then my service is aimed at you.
HJB has grown by focussing on providing the personal friendly service that I believe other small businesses are looking for. I deal personally with all my customers and act as their main point of contact for both support and upgrade work, well away from the faceless conveyor belt like support desks provided by big IT Support companies. This approach allows me to build up great relationships with my customers based on trust, honesty... and some jokes here or there.
I am a Professional Member of the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. This means that not only do I have many happy customers who vouch for my knowledge and professionalism, but to be a part of this organisation I must meet levels of experience and qualification as well as always abiding by a strict code of conduct of honesty and professionalism.
HJB was started by me, Harry Bull, in 2010 after being in the IT industry for many years working for a national Internet provider and graduating from Sheffield Hallam University with a BSc First Class Honours in Computer Networks.
HJB has gone from strength to strength over the last few years carrying out large scale upgrade projects and now providing regular IT support for small and medium sized businesses all over the East Midlands. I am proud to now have many happy and loyal customers in all types of industries including: export companies, residential care homes, student accommodation suppliers, recruitment agencies, building contractors and many more.
Away from work I have two big hobbies... Golf and Cars. I've been playing golf at The Leicestershire Golf Club since I was a young teenager and I am now a proud member of their under 35s section, trying to find that ever elusive golf swing. To take my mind off of my ever climbing handicap I can be found in the garage lying under my Renault Clio race car, which I have spent many evenings building, or driving it around a local race track during a weekend trackday.
My aim is to provide an entirely personal service which I feel is now disappearing within
my industry, building relationships with my customers and getting to know their business.
I always ensure to be open and communicate clearly with my customers, dropping the technical jargon and giving my customers honest advice that they can easily understand.
This approach allows me to provide an honest personal service to create tailored professional results.