We recommend what’s best for your business, not ours.
Our mission is to provide impartial, independent advice for all business office requirements.
ASL is one of the largest managed-office services suppliers in the UK. With 11 sites we are local, whilst providing national coverage, with the ability to be agile in our service offering to react to your changing needs.
We evaluate your existing Print, Comms and IT infrastructure by conducting a thorough assessment to understand your managed service needs and to establish:
- Where you can optimise processes to increase efficiencies
- Reduce costs
- Increase productivity
- How to drive better business performance
Working with over 6,000 customers nationally, we supply the latest technology from many of the world’s leading manufacturers, offering impartial advice and consultancy to deliver precisely what works for your organisation. Our flexible finance options and unparalleled service support give you complete peace of mind and excellent value for your money.
Management at your fingertips
All companies claim to give great service. ASL gives you the tools to ensure we keep our promises. We provide, free of charge, a live customer portal so you can monitor all agreed service levels and performance of your network operations.
- Mange all machines on your network
- Live meter readings
- Live toner %
- Live service call information
what our clients have to say
We have worked with ASL on a number of projects, the most recent being the introduction of a suite of printers. ASL has a great team, led by the affable Trevor Pearce, who provides advice, knowledge and direction. All the projects they have supplied and implemented have been a total success and contributed to making the business more efficient and cost effective in the field of IT.
Just a huge thank you for everything it’s been a very easy transition and although worried about yesterday’s switch over it went flawlessly, everyone involved deserves a bloody big pat on the back.
Once again have to heap praise on your service department. Amanda called this morning for an issue on the Ricoh Press, which was dealt with promptly and efficiently. Also sorted the quality issues on the Kyocera Task Alfa, switching over whatever was required to match the Ricoh. And showed me that although the Kyocera 8052ci will not take an SRA3 it will an 18 X 12 for full bleed work.
20 minutes after she left, two of your competition reps walked in (without appointment) to try and convince me to use them instead of ASL. They left quickly