Cinnte Technologies was established in 2010 by local entrepreneur. The goal, to provide the best IT Services to small and medium sized businesses and schools in Cavan, Meath and Monaghan.
Today we are actively working towards achieving that goal supporting over 1,600 users currently and increasing all the time.
The origins of our name “Cinnte” comes from the Irish language meaning “certain”. Cinnte Technologies provide the highest quality service and products in the areas of IT Support, Software, PC Repair, Hardware upgrades & installation, Consultation and Training. We have a team of highly trained and extremely dedicated professionals, who can deliver expert knowledge and advice.
We attribute our growth to our business reputation and our strong customer relationships. We are also proud of our affiliation with local business networking groups including Breffni BNI Chapter and Cavan Chamber of Commerce.
In 2016 Daniel Barr was nominated as runner up in Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur for “Best Established Business“ County Cavan.
Cinnte Technologies aims to provide consistent customer satisfaction through excellence in IT solutions by providing the most innovative and reliable services. At Cinnte Technologies we place a huge emphasis on our quality assurance process and ensure this is implemented across the board with all of our clients.
Our vision is to be always committed to our customers, to listen and analyse their needs and to provide the best solutions in IT support. We value the provision of quality services to our customers and we take responsibility for delivering consistently high service and support.
Keeping your business safe and secure
We are fully insured, tax cleared and PSA registered (No. 03982) and serve the needs of domestic, commercial and public sector organisations.
If you have any queries please send us a message.
Call us today on 049 436 0080
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