In 2019 we entered ourselves into the prestigious KEiBA (Kent Excellence in Business Awards) for the Customer Service Awards category. After a wonderful evening, we were crowned runner-ups for Customer Service, falling just short of the wonderful Sleeping Giant Media. Watch out Sleeping Giant, we’ll be back!
In 2008 we sponsored one of the projects that is closest to us – The Gambian market garden. What started with a sponsored well in the village of Lamin Jawara Gambia farm, developed into a long-standing relationship. We have been fortunate enough to visit the wonderful village and continue to assist them with the likes of protective fences and clothing donations over the years. We were even lucky enough to see the head of the village visit our offices in Canterbury on occasions.
Prior to 2012, ADM Computing were proud recipients of numerous Environmental Awards relating to Community Relations, Community Involvement, Sustainability and more. In 2012 we decided to take things one step further and launched ADM Solar, a side project of Managing Director Adrian Bryant. Over the 2 years ADM Solar was active, it saw the installation of solar panels throughout the South-East of England, starting with our very own offices. We were even able to send out some solar panels to The Gambia as part of our ongoing efforts there.
In 1985, we moved to Lower Bridge Street, Canterbury. Even today, you will still see some of the individuals pictured here, making their way around the ADM offices!
In the year 1984, ADM Computing was established by current Managing Director, Adrian Bryant, and his two partners, David and Martin. Starting life as a computer repair, supplies and services company in Concorde House.
1997 marked a very important year for ADM Computing. We moved to our current offices in Chaucer Road which the vast majority of you will recognise as ‘the’ ADM offices. This has been our home ever since then, but who knows what the future may hold…
With 70+ members of staff now forming part of the ADM Computing Team, we’re excited to see what the future holds for us.
We have always been great advocates for the environment and going green in the workplace. In 1999, ADM Computing were sponsors of Kent Wildlife Trust – leading us to receive an invite and the honour of meeting the wonderful Sir David Attenborough when he officiated at Sandwich and Pegwell Bay when it was declared a National Nature Reserve!
By 2010 – ADM Computing had been around for over 25 years and we had firmly established ourselves as a leading IT Service Provider within the South-East of the United Kingdom. By this point in time, we had over 40 members of staff within the business, 20 of which are still with us today!
By 1990, ADM Computing was solely owned by Adrian Bryant. With 20+ members of staff, ADM had a minor rebranding and expanded their offices to next door in Lower Bridge Street. Still primarily dealing with the sale and repairs of office equipment, the world of IT and technology began to change.