Computer Spare Parts - MRS Systems

MRS Systems are a specialist supplier of computer spare parts. Our expertise in this field is second to none, and we supply all of the major clients in the Computer maintenance marketplace.

We can supply Compaq spare parts, Dell spare parts, HP spare parts, IBM spare parts, Fujitsu spare parts, Fujitsu-Siemens spare parts, Lexmark spare parts and all other manufacturers, including EPOS spare parts.

MRS are renowned for their efficient service and attention to detail. We are extremely customer focused and have a wealth of technical experience to ensure you receive the correct part quickly and at the most competitive price possible.

MRS Systems have supplied Legacy computer parts for 15 years and have over 30 years experience in the IT market. We supply some of the largest companies in the world and most of our new business comes from recommendations. This is testament to the quality of products and service we provide.

Our sister company is called MRS Web Solutions. This business centre is able to specialise and either custom build web sites to any specification or use the suite of special packages available for the tighter budgets.

Case Studies

Desktop Systems

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Fujitsu Services were requested by EDS to support the rollout and implementation of many thousands of Desktop systems within the Inland Revenue...more

Mobile Engineering

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Fujitsu Services required a number of Mobile Communicators, used by their external support engineers, as hot swap replacements. The product was...more

Time Critical

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The MoD Operations Team at Fujitsu support one of the most demanding and difficult contracts within the maintenance arena. Products have to be...more

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