Our consultants work with you to understand your current business processes, identify gaps and create strategic initiatives that align technology with the goals of your organization. Our goal is to help you leverage technology that enables you to focus on your goals.
Need help managing your on-site I.T.? Let inTech be your Managed I.T. Services Partner. We provide on-site I.T. and help desk services for small to medium-sized business throughout the Seattle and Portland metropolitan areas.
Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity
We are here to ensure data safety, security and business continuity through a multitude of industry standards that are put into practice constantly. When was the last time you tested your DR plans? We have you covered, we will work with the business operators to conduct mock tests throughout the year.
The inTech Mission
We don't see ourselves as a vendor, we become part of our clients' organization.
We are always researching and developing better products and experiences for our clients.
We are focused on using technology to solve your business needs.
Recent Blog Posts
Meet Karson! When he isn’t working hard to resolve your I.T. issues, he is enjoying noodles at his favorite noodle place in Seattle Samurai Noodles. When asked what attracts him to this 5th ave restaurant he responds “Try the Noodles!”
Heart disease and stroke take the life of too many of our loved ones, yet most people don’t know that cardiovascular diseases are the number one threat to our health. We are pleased to chair the American Heart Association’s Heart Ball in Tacoma on April 26 to raise awareness of this fact so we can Read more about American Heart Association Heart Ball 2019[…]
We are celebrating our 5 year anniversary this year. It has been an amazing ride. In the 5 years, we have cultivated many relationships, clients on 3 continents and team members in 3 countries. We are excited to see what the next 5 years will look like.
We welcome Roy to our growing team of technology enthusiasts. Roy was born and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. His interests are music and technology. Roy teaches piano to young music enthusiasts in his spare time. Being legally blind does not deter Roy – he uses the built-in operating system accessibility tools along with Read more about New Team Member – Roy[…]
On Saturday May 26th, inTech participated in the Annual Sikh Parade at the Showare Center in Kent. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among people of Indian descent so we decided to partner with the American Heart Association to teach signs of heart attacks and stroke. We also provided CPR training and were Read more about Seattle Sikh Parade[…]
On Saturday May 19th, inTech had the privilege of volunteering for the Seattle Sluggers. The Sluggers are a Beep Baseball team from Seattle. Beep Baseball is played by blind individuals with a softball like ball that makes audible noise to alert the blind batter and fielders the whereabouts of the ball. On Saturday, it was Read more about Beep Baseball – Seattle Police Department – 4th Annual Game[…]
We welcome Jake to our growing team of technology enthusiasts. Jake is originally from the state of New York. His interests are music, hiking and cats.
Brayden was recognized as the Employee of the Year for 2017. We have a committee that recognizes and awards our team members monthly for Employee of the Month and the Employee of the Year is an accumulation of the points earned throughout the year and is awarded in December. Brayden’s specialty is all things Office Read more about Employee of the Year – 2017[…]
Bitcoin, a type of cryptocurrency, has been the craze for the last couple months for its exponential growth and immense potential for profitability. For reference of how lucrative Bitcoin has been, back in July of 2010, a single coin was worth $.08; in December of 2017, it reached $20,000 for a single coin. It Read more about Lunch and Learn on 3/9/18: Bitcoin, Blockchain, and Mining[…]
In the previous blog post, we talked about our first speaking gig of 2018, on Cybersecurity. We talked about the importance of being very aware of the dangers of Viruses, Malwares, and Security Breaches. Here is the link to this post. With that said, 95% of breaches are caused by human error and 55% of Read more about Top 5 Simple Tips: on Preventing Viruses, Malwares, and Security Breaches[…]