Hardware Replacement

Let’s make hardware replacement anything but hard. Whatever bit of kit you need, we’ll source it for you. And if you want us to come and replace it, we will.

A choice of original manufacturer and ‘white label’ parts

At ITogether we use original parts from all the leading IT manufacturers including Cisco and HP. For a full list of our accredited partners, click here. We have a team of skilled and accredited engineers backed up by specialist consultants. So you can be sure of the very best maintenance support.

As well as having access to original parts, we can also provide our own ‘white label’ service. So if the original parts or original vendor support contracts are a little out of your price range we can offer alternatives that will be more in line with your budget.

To talk to us about how we can help you with your hardware replacement, please call 0113 341 0123 or click here and we’ll call you. Or you can email us at hello@itogether.co.uk

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