Think I.T. (Waikato Branch)
Think I.T.'s Waikato branch was established because there was an increasing demand in the Waikato for an I.T. provider that could plan and execute more complex I.T. projects for the growing demands of the local businesses.
We provide Managed I.T. Services to local businesses and help them by proactively monitoring their I.T. infrastructure and help reduce downtime. We also provide hardware, network infrastructure and cyber security services. Think I.T. has experienced onsite engineers and a dedicated support desk to help with any I.T. related issues. We can help plan and execute long and short term I.T. projects based on the requirements of the business. Our Waikato branch is located at 89 Church Road Te Rapa, Pukete Hamilton, 3200.
One successful business, which stands out and makes a big difference to the local community is Hamilton Eye Clinic. Click on the picture below to download the Case Study and learn about how our Think I.T. Waikato team were able to support them through their journey and help improve patient care.
Call us on 07 222 3329 to get a Free Consultation.
"You can really rely on Think I.T. The whole team is responsive and proactive. For us, they are not just a technology provider but also our expert advisers, giving us professional, informed advice even where the best solutions aren't necessarily in their own interests."
Malcom Dale, Director
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10-20 users, Think I.T client since 2000
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