If you are a business of any size or sector in Yorkshire, the chances are that you have an IT infrastructure that you rely on not only for operating your business but to take care of aspects of your customer service. You need it to work; with no downtime. Perhaps you’ve not even had a major problem so far, which is great.
But at Cultrix, we believe you don’t need to have a big problem to call your IT support company. We believe most businesses need more than break-fix action. We won’t intrude; we’ll take our lead from you, but our experienced technical team can help you not only with the operation-halting problems but with the day-to-day, even if it’s just knowing how to do something in Excel, setting up a new laptop or getting email on your phone.
Cultrix IT support means exactly that: IT support for every bit of your IT.
Getting a quote from us is easy
Simply get a quote online or request a callback. If there’s anything you’re not sure about we’re here to help. Just call on 0113 418 2128 or email us.
Why choose IT support from Cultrix?
If you are based in Yorkshire you not only benefit from our outstanding service but have the additional advantages that come from using a local company:
Cultrix were quick off the mark to address an issue with our server. We were back up and running properly within 15 minutes, far quicker than my experience with other providers.
Alex from Rotherham.
Many thanks to Jack for a speedy and efficient result. I was up and running in no time.
Pat from Barnsley.
Rhys - kept me updated and stayed in contact once he started working on issue. Thank you.
Phil from Barnsley.
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