IT Support London
User and Server support
By Alpine Interactive
Since launching in 2002, Alpine has built up a growing customer base for whom we provide local IT Support services in London and surrounding counties. Our relationships with our customers are built on trust.
Through experience and a very real interest in computers we propose cutting-edge software solutions for our customers' problems. We are a small company - a fact we take great pride in. Our core team can solve SME Windows and Apple IT Support issues.
We take complete responsibility for our customers' overall IT requirements, managing day-to-day IT services, from computers and firewalls to telephone systems. We provide long-term advice regarding IT-related business issues and deliver exceptional value.
We provide a variety of support packages for SMEs of up to 100 people. Contact us for a FREE no obligation quote.
Software Development London
Desktop, mobile and web applications
By Alpine Interactive
Alpine Interactive is a software development company based in London. Our dedicated team of software developers create software solutions to solve your business requirement needs.
Alpine Interactive do not use freelance or offshore developers; we pride ourselves on our in-house expertise. Our office is based in London SW1 near Westminster and St James's Park tube stations.
Through our software development services we can streamline your day-to-day operations into a faster and more cost effective process. We develop unique customised software applications to resolve your business needs. We start by listening and discussing your business challenges at a free consultation meeting. We can then begin to design a software program for your business.
Our skilled software developers can integrate the new software with your current computer programs and systems, saving you time and money. As well as software development we also provide website design, IT Support and maintenance services.
We have worked with people and organisations of varying sizes and industries. Our past and present customers include UBS Investment Bank, Sony, Asset Management companies, Pepsi, Telegraph Media group, Independent Newspapers, The Mirror Group, Spectator 1828, to name a few. We have also worked with charities such as Blind Veterans (formerly St Dunstan's), Horse Trust and the non-profit organisation NatCen Social Research.
What are Desktop applications?
We develop desktop applications which are computer programs that you install on your PC or Mac. This type of software application can be used offline when there is no internet connection. Desktop applications typically offer the ability to interact with your computer hardware components, for example, with an audio program there may be a need to interact with the sound card.
What are Web-based applications?
We also develop web-based software solutions. The advantage of a web-based solution is that it's easier to collaborate online with your team as opposed to having to use a dedicated computer where the software is installed. With a web based application you can create a secure online network. Individual accounts can be created with user names and passwords and access granted over a standard web browser like Internet Explorer. This makes it easier to maintain, manage and develop the software application. The disadvantage is that you need an internet connection.
How long will it take to develop the software and how much will it cost?
How long it takes to develop a software application depends on the complexity of the project. At the beginning we offer a free consultation meeting where we will listen and talk through the potential issue. We will put our understanding of the project into a proposal which will outline our proposed solution and cost, along with a time frame for developing the software, which will include implementing and integrating it with your existing system (if applicable), as well as testing. We try to be transparent in offering a project breakdown cost in days to demonstrate how we arrive at a final price as opposed to a single project figure.