Professional IT Support and Network Installation Services
iTEXS was established in July 2002 with the aim of providing a range of IT, computer and network support services to companies in the Cambridgeshire, Essex, Suffolk & Hertfordshire areas.
Since then we have established a reputation for delivering high-quality service and support to over 100 businesses and organisations in and around the region.
Our friendly, experienced team offers a range of services includes:
- PC and software set up, installation and support
- Cyber security set up and support
- Wifi network set up and support
- Network and data cabling repair, upgrades and turnkey system design, installation and support
We offer a range of flexible options to suit your business needs, whether you’re a small, medium or large company operating remotely, from a single business site, or with multiple sites requiring more complex solutions.
Our approach is simple – we treat each of our clients as an individual, with a focus on tailored solutions that are flexible and suit your business’s daily operational needs.
A Selection of Our Clients
We pride ourselves on offering services and support that has built long-lasting relationships with our clients whether for ad-hoc or ongoing support.
We work with clients of all sizes and from all sectors including retail, industrial, manufacturing, corporate services and more, as well as charity organisations. Below are some of the clients that iTEXS has worked with since 2002.
Cancer Research UK (CRUK)
iTEXS provided staff to CRUK so that they could complete the rollout of new PCs and laptops to their staff.
This allowed CRUK to complete the work without having an impact on its daily operations. iTEXS had a member of staff working at the CRUK offices for several weeks at a time to ensure smooth and seamless project delivery.
iTEXS was involved in providing network cabling for Crossrail’s centralised offices and some of the building movement sensors, working as part of a project team in and around King’s Cross station. Our primary role was to connect overground sensors and transceivers to the main data recording server.