Integratech are a Midlands-based, top-ten IT infrastructure company for small-and-medium sized businesses. We help organisations with IT infrastructure management, IT infrastructure planning, hardware and software provision, and IT infrastructure support.
A business’s infrastructure is the backbone of the organisation. In today’s tough economic climate, it is ever more important for businesses to have a strong competitive advantage in order to survive. This can be achieved with effective business planning and by having a reliable IT infrastructure in place.
Over the last few years there have been increasing pressures to cut down on unnecessary business expenses and streamline business processes. Having the right IT infrastructure in place will help to improve customer satisfaction, increase staff morale and efficiency, increase competitiveness, reduce costs and help make the business more adaptable to change.
Often our clients use software that has been designed specifically for their industry and an important part of our infrastructure design and support is to work with these companies to understand any particular requirements their systems may have and agree specific working practices. In this way our clients have experts for each part of their operation, with a cohesive centralised support system. Many IT infrastructure companies do not work with third party software companies but we feel it is necessary to liaise with all relevant parties.
Please have a look at our technical pages to gain a greater understanding of the types of technology we offer that will improve your IT network infrastructure. In addition, we also focus on a key part of the IT infrastructure in which we have found many of our clients to be unprepared- the ability of an organisation to deal with the loss of their systems. This may be by a catastrophic system failure or total system destruction by fire, flood or theft.
Clients that have embraced this possibility, and created a suitable plan, are far less likely to suffer irreparable damage to their business. We hope it will never happen, but preparing for a ‘worst case scenario’ will greatly mitigate any potential losses.