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Whether it’s a CRM, ERM or EPOS system, business process outsourcing, setting up a customer service call centre or developing a fully functional website, our team can offer practical advice on the different options available and help support the project from start to finish.

To achieve workable solutions, that secure the commercial objectives of our retail clients, our specialists ensure you have the right team behind you to provide technical excellence in contract negotiations, whilst maintaining a pragmatic approach to suit your needs.

  • Dedicated specialists –vast experience of IT & telecommunications projects in the retail sector.
  • Specialist IT legal advice – from software development and procurement to hardware, systems integration, IT licensing arrangements, e-commerce, outsourcing, alternative dispute resolution, data protection and competition.
  • Ongoing support – regular seminars, updates and our clarity guide to e-commerce help keep clients abreast of changes in legislation and best practice.

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