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By | John Oates 19th October 2007 08:48

IBM and Sun reseller goes into administration

PCS hits the ropes

Exclusive: Productivity Computer Solutions, an IBM and Sun reseller based in Wakefield, has gone into administration.

A spokesman for chartered accountants Tait Walker said: "We were appointed administrators on the 15th of October but can't say any more than that at this stage."

Steve Wolski, managing director at PCS, told the Reg: "We are currently in administration but we're trying to pull it through. Staff are all here trying to help customers."

PCS has been around since 1988, and is a Sun Application Provider Resource Centre and an IBM Business Partner. The company was named Sun's Marketing Reseller of the Year in 2001. The firm has offices in Reading and Bristol as well as its headquarters in Wakefield, and recently opened another in Scotland.

The company's website is here. ®

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