About Us

IT Experts who speak your language

We are a multi-disciplinary team of technology specialists who understand how to unlock data and turn it into information you can use to grow your business.

Established in 2000 by Rob Holmes and Simon Crump, we have provided expert IT development and consultancy to a diverse range of clients in HR, utilities, and logistics, among other sectors.

The world of IT never stands still and our services continue to evolve to help business across the UK harness the power of modern technology to increase efficiency and profits by becoming more innovative, efficient, and better at serving customers.

Why work for RGS IT?

We’re a group of experienced IT professionals who are passionate about software and technology development.

We are always on the hunt for new talented team members who share our love of tech.

Our mission is to help businesses across the UK feel the positive impact of technology with innovative and creative software solutions. If you share our enthusiasm, please get in touch.

Passionate Team. Innovative Software.

RGS IT Development is a full service IT consultancy with long-standing experience in delivering corporate web and mobility applications to large businesses with complex technical IT needs. We have extensive experience in Logistics, HR, Utilities, Online video and media, and Banking.

  • Corporate Mobility
  • Smart Workflows
  • Logistics
  • Data Analysis
  • Geo-Mapping
  • Webcasting

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