Prob-Solve Group Overview

  • Year Founded
  • 2007

Year Founded

  • Status
  • Out of Business

  • Latest Deal Type
  • Out of Business

  • Financing Rounds
  • 2

Prob-Solve Group General Information


Provides information technology services intended for infrastructure vendors. The company specializes in managed IT support for every stage of the project lifecycle, from assessment, design and deployment to ongoing maintenance, training and management, helping with the digital transformation of businesses.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Out of Business
Financing Status
Formerly PE-Backed
Primary Industry
IT Consulting and Outsourcing
Corporate Office
  • 6 Mitre Passage
  • London SE10 0ER
  • England, United Kingdom

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Prob-Solve Group Valuation & Funding

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Post-Val Status Debt

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Prob-Solve Group FAQs

  • When was Prob-Solve Group founded?

    Prob-Solve Group was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Prob-Solve Group headquartered?

    Prob-Solve Group is headquartered in London, United Kingdom.

  • What industry is Prob-Solve Group in?

    Prob-Solve Group’s primary industry is IT Consulting and Outsourcing.

  • Is Prob-Solve Group a private or public company?

    Prob-Solve Group is a Private company.

  • What is Prob-Solve Group’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for Prob-Solve Group is 000000.

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