Experisys IT are a Scottish company who specialise in computer system consultancy, sales and support. We expect to be in a business relationship with our clients for the long term and as such we apply solutions that are robust and manageable from the outset. We use experienced consultants to do all of our installation and support work.

Our philosophy is to be proactive rather than reactive so we monitor systems remotely and actively seek problems to be fixed.

If you wish to engage Experienced System aware consultants then look no further than Experisys IT.

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need to register a Domain Name
need a new Web Site designed
need to host your Website
need a new laptop or other kit
need a secure connection to the internet
need your IT systems maintained and supported

Look no further than Experisys IT!

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FREE consultancy!

Experisys IT are offering your business one hour's free consultancy. An opportunity to discuss your IT needs and aspirations, with no obligation to purchase anything.

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0141 952 4963

Charities & Non-Profits

Charities and Non-profit making organisations also attract preferential rates due to our partnerships and contacts, if you are a charity speak to us!

For a limited time Experisys IT are offering new customers who are Registered Charities 10% off of their first year's support and maintenance agreement!


Windows 10 is here!

Windows7 and Windows8.1 OEM users are getting the opportunity to upgrade to the new operating system fee until July, we would advise only doing so if fully confident of compatibility with your existing software suite. The compatibility check done by the upgrade only concerns hardware and Microsoft known systems. Any questions why not give us a call or email to discuss.

Windows Server 2003 is End of Life!

In July 2015 Windows Server 2003 reached End of Life (EOL), meaning that it is no longer be supported by Microsoft. So what does it mean and what should you do?
Our advice is firstly that there is no need to panic, but now is the time to consider your options. IT infrastructure has changed significantly since 2003, and businesses have many more choices to make. We are here to help, give us a call!