Consultancy services


IT Consultancy Services for the SME

Your business may not yet be at the stage where you're ready to employ a full-time IT Manager or IT Director, but that doesn't mean you should miss out on the benefits.  At rcsb Ltd, our consultants have many years experience of working with companies of all sizes, providing advice and guidance on matters such as:



Using technology to generate business efficiencies


Improving working practices such as workflow management and collaboration


Managing one-off projects such as software roll-outs, system upgrades, office moves, server / network / telecomms installations


Developing IT strategies & policies, security policies, internet usage policies, etc.


Below is just a small selection of the services we offer. All of our services can be tailored to your specific needs, so if you don't see what you were looking for, give us a call. Try us today - and give your business the unfair advantage over your competitors!

Click on any of the services below to find out more, or contact us to discuss your specific needs.


Project Management

The key to success with any project lies in the planning. That's true whether you're moving office, implementing a new software package or replacing your ageing telephone system. And like most other activities in life, success in planning comes from the experience having done it many times before.

So if that's not your normal role in business, it's likely that you're going to need a hand. rcsb can provide qualified Project Managers on an ad-hoc basis too see you through any challenge.


Process Streamlining

Are time-consuming manual processes preventing your company from achieving profitable growth? Do you or your employees spend hours each week producing reports in Excel? Is email your only tool for collaboration, especially with field engineers, sales people and home-based workers?

If you've answered yes to any of the above, rcsb can help you work more efficiently, giving you more time to concentrate on growing your business.


BC/DR Planning

Forget earthquakes, fires and floods - the real disasters facing an SME are closer to home.

In practical terms, a "disaster" is any eventuality that has a financial impact on your business, such as limiting your ability to secure new business or to collect outstanding payments from existing clients. It could be something as simple as an internet outage or the departure of a key member of staff. Whatever the nature of your business, being prepared can make all the difference.