Somerville Background

Who is Somerville?

Somerville is a privately owned Australian company that commenced trading in 1982. The company was established by the current directors to service the developing computer, communications, electrical and IT Industries. Over the past 25 plus years, Somerville has offered service and support to a broad customer base across a range of market sectors. Over that time, we have developed a number of skills and resources to meet the ever changing needs of our customers and vendors.

Somerville has a team of project managers distributed across each of its business units. These professionals
are instrumental to the success of every project, ensuring that Somerville projects are delivered on time and within budget. With many years of experience in the industry, the members of our project team have extensive hands-on experience in all facets of projects from small service and support projects to large multi-million dollar projects for our corporate and enterprise customers.

The services offered by the Somerville Group range from enhancements to existing installations to the design and implementation of complete turnkey systems.

Whatever the level of involvement required, you are assured of full service and support, backed in turn by the strong partnerships that we enjoy with the vendors that we represent.

Our team of professionals provides the high standards of technical knowledge, commitment and skill demanded by our clients. We encourage and support our team to continually expand their horizons knowing that this will bring extra satisfaction to them and added value to our clients.

Our mission

Our mission is to provide quality systems and cost-effective, integrated solutions to our clients. We have the ability to help our clients to meet the challenges of the ever-changing information technology, communications and support facilities they require to be the leaders in their business.

"We understand that your satisfaction is our future".

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