Counting on Goldings after 30 years, February 2012

Vic Golding

In a business world of wall-to-wall computers it's difficult to imagine a time when the smooth running of an office - and the business behind it - depended on paper, pens and proficiency with a typewriter.

As a business at the forefront of the PC revolution, Golding Computer Services specialised in guiding clients through the opportunities provided by new technology, and it still does - 30 years on.

Vic Golding was already an experienced management accountant who had introduced computer systems for blue-chip businesses when he launched the company in 1982 to offer the same benefits to SMEs.

Over the years the business expanded into training, as a specialist in Sage 50.

"We supplied thousands of businesses with their first computers" said Vic, Managing Director of Goldings.

"We are delighted that they have stayed with us, and we have grown in order to support them as they have grown.

"There has been phenomenal change in terms of the technology and the number of businesses using it, but our approach has always been to provide the equipment and the support, often remotely, to help customers get the most out of it."

That included gaining the necessary accreditations from Sage and the International Association of Book-keepers () to deliver training and award qualifications, with courses tailored to meet the needs of SMEs in terms of cost and time commitment. Under Di Garbera, the Senior Course Tutor, Goldings offers distance learning with full flexibility to train outside working hours and gain an understanding of the full capabilities of the Sage 50 system.

Vic added: "We are business computer specialists - we specialise in ensuring that you have a peace-of-mind system and you can get on with what you do best, which is making money."

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