Winkfield, United Kingdom, April 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Berkshire based IT support company Puzzle-IT, recently visited High Wycombe automotive education charity, Skidz, this month to donate and install a printer and scanner. They have also offered free on-going IT support to the charity.
Steve Godfrey of Skidz said, “Being provided with a good quality networked printer will help tremendously with the efficiency of the office and the great support we have been given from Puzzle-IT is much appreciated.”
Puzzle-IT can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01344 887420 or alternatively for more information visit our website www.puzzle-it.co.uk
Puzzle-IT offer IT support to small businesses in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Hertfordshire. They are a Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist and offer support for PCs, Laptops, MACs and small business networks.
Skidz is a High Wycombe based Motor Project that gives young people a chance to gain vocational skills in motor mechanics in an adult work-style environment so that they have a better chance of finding employment.