After an outstanding first year in business, Barnsley based CSP Systems is helping fellow start-ups with its state-of-the-art technology.

The company has supplied and installed a fully networked copy print and scan solution into the new Dearne Valley Business Centre in Wath Upon Dearne. The Centre, which was recently opened by Mayor Lyndsay Pitchley, was created through the extensive redesign and restoration of the former Wesleyan Reform Church to create ten office ‘pods’.

The ‘pods’ share the copy, scan and print facility, which provides each business with professional quality A4 and A3 prints. More importantly, each business has a confidential account so that they can print sensitive information safe in the knowledge that it is secure. All activity is logged centrally to provide the Centre with accurate records.

Owner of the Centre, Stephen Hollings, commented: “The centre aims for provide cost effective business space, without compromise on quality. The solution presented to us by CSP Systems made perfect sense. It gives tenants a reliable print function through superior technology and removes the need for wasteful and expensive desktop printers – keeping the Centre’s carbon footprint to a minimum.

“As a start up itself CSP understand the needs of our tenants and is able to provide a personal service. We’re really pleased to be working with them.”

Andy Bethel, director of CSP added: “The Dearne Valley Business Centre is an excellent facility and the solution we’ve provided will give tenants a secure print solution built around the latest technology, leaving them free to focus on growing their businesses.”