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DCS to appear at tech exhibition in Leeds

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Boston Spa-based IT providers, Deans Computer Services (DCS),  will be appearing at September’s TechTrade Yorkshire Exhibition taking place at Elland Road in Leeds.

The event will focus on how tech can transform productivity, efficiency and innovation with guest speakers from Microsoft, Sky, TechUK, AQL, ODI, Search, C4Dil, Media Yorkshire, Science City York, Tech North and many other organisations.

A wide range of seminars will be covering subjects such as cyber security, cloud, process automation and mobile management and configuration. The doors are open from 8.30am to 4pm and anyone who has responsibility for making or influencing their company’s IT/tech decisions can attend free of charge.

DCS managing director Patrick Clayton said: “Techtrade Yorkshire will be addressing subjects, issues and ideas which are very closely aligned with the values and objectives of DCS and we had no hesitation in choosing to exhibit at this event.

“It will focus on the dynamics and benefits of the latest IT and tech, but in a way that the layman can understand and appreciate as much as the expert. With that in mind, TechTrade Yorkshire represents a great opportunity for business owners who don’t have the IT structure in place and want to learn more about where and how to source these services.”

“There are three seminar halls housing around 50 exhibition stands and around 300 delegates, including IT influencers and decision makers from all kinds of sectors. We will be there to showcase and discuss the full DCS portfolio, including new launches such as WebShop from Aphix Software, Sage 200 Extra online software, DESlock data encryption, digital signage from Signagelive, ERP from Intact and business finance and payroll from Pegasus Opera.”

DCS staff
Technical director Chris Lord, managing director Patrick Clayton, chairman and founder Peter Rogerson, marketing director Suzie Cowling and support director Sandra Marshal

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