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Technology failure is a major source of stress and loss of productivity for any business, so when it happens you need a solution that works like magic!

Let Mneumonix take the strain of your IT out of your hands

OK...so it's not magic (but you already knew that). Getting the basics of your IT right from the start however, is the first wave of the wand that will help you get the best from your systems.

Updating and maintaining equipment is all well and good (and we do that exceedingly well) but we also ensure that every system we design and install is fit for purpose, delivering just what your business NEEDS to thrive and grow, giving you the result you want....with added peace of mind.

Stack the deck in your favour and get great results...
Outsourcing made simple

Every great magician knows that having reliable props is vital to putting on a successful show for the audience.

Having the right tools at your disposal is vital in keeping your business working smoothly and effectively. Whether it's a simple software update, a new workstation, a faster server or internet connection, each must be just right to deliver a return for your business.

A DIY approach to technology may seem like a great way to save money...but you're doing more harm than good, costing yourself a small fortune in downtime, stress and lost revenue.

If your set-up anything less than super-efficient, it's a problem.

Create and maintain a magical IT platform...

Knowing that your IT systems are professionally and reliably maintained means you can really pull the rabbit out of the hat.

We'll pull the rabbit out of the hat for you and make your IT.... well.... just work. Simple as that.

Being there for your customers when they need you is what fuels your reputation. It's an up-front illustration of your values and intent, that lets your customers know that you're professional and business like.

If your IT is the stumbling block that means your responses are always shrouded in excuses for delays, you will be disappointing your most valuable asset, your clients. If you're providing a service to large companies or professionals with high aspirations and expectations, 'the computer's on a go slow today' is no excuse.

If your systems are inadequate, making you look, unprofessional and makeshift, that's exactly the slot you'll fill in your customers' minds, and unfair though it may seem, they're unlikely to buy from you.

Consistent, stable and high performance IT is one of your most valuable marketing investments, which helps your business perform the way you intended it to.

Get it right from the start and you'll really pull the rabbit out of the hat.
IT made to work for YOU.

Anxiety, stress and embarrassment are just a few of the joys you can look forward to when you pick up the phone to a customer to break the news that you can't deliver because of a 24 hour delay due to IT issues...but you'll be glad to hear there is a better way.

Having reliable expert back-up at the end of the phone when your IT lets you down, is the trick to minimising delays and downtime, not to mention your stress levels. Unfortunately many business don't know where to start when it comes to effectively managing issues and creating a robust disaster strategy, so they fall into the trap of 'knee-jerk responses' to deal with them rather than assess, consider, solve and prevent further problems.

With a little prestidigitation you can refine your strategy to prepare for virtually every eventuality with an action plan for when things do go wrong.

This massively minimises downtime and...REDUCES the impact on your bottom line.

One, two, three and you're back in the room...

In the magical mystical world of IT all you've read will have made perfect sense, so now you're definitely going to make it all happen... right?

As simple as clicking your fingers.

But with a snap of the fingers you're back in the real world. A world filled with overflowing inboxes, perpetual phone calls, meetings, paperwork and a million other things that need doing as well.

Managing your systems takes time, and is not a single, or even a series of events. It's a structured, strategic process combining aspects of system analysis, hardware, software, connectivity, maintenance, data management and security, to name but a few.

If you're going to do it yourself you'll need to conduct research and make time to do it effectively and consistently and in such a way that you build a workable and practical routine that will fulfil all your requirements.

This probably seems a daunting task but there is help available if you're serious about making the change.

Partnering with a business like Mneumonix gives you access to a wealth of expertise, experience and knowledge, unconditional support and of course, 'the magic touch' that will remove the IT blues with a snap of the fingers.

We're ready to talk when you are.












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