Eat local and support local
For the many Kiwis craving their favourite takeaways, and who are as keen as us to support our local eateries, we’re making it easier than ever before to eat local and support local.
With all the current restrictions on how we eat, and where we can buy our food, we’re committed to helping you find the food you love, order it online, and have it delivered in a safe, secure and contactless fashion.
Unreliable technology can suffocate a small business
Our proactive services ensure stable IT that you can always rely on.
Your employees need technology that works right, pure and simple. So we offer a proactive IT service that maximises employee productivity by ensuring your servers, desktops, mobile devices, network connections, Eftpos terminal and POS are always working right.
24/7 monitoring of your technology
Proactive, not reactive, technical support
We manage your IT, you run your business
Keeping your business running
Partner with Oxygen IT and you can breathe easy that someone is spending their day focused on keeping your IT going, so you can focus on running your business.
We offer an array of office technology solutions
Just like proactive IT services, our other services reduce the stress of running a business
Planning and deployment of large-scale projects
Employees can do their work from any location
Files are saved automatically, in realtime
Cutting-Edge protection to keep hackers out
Internet-based telecom will save you big money
Advanced payment processing and 100% support
Tailor-made website and E-Commerce development
Robust, fast & secure Website & Domain hosting
When can you begin breathing easier?
Enter into a relationship with Oxygen IT today
Let’s schedule a call to talk about your existing technology setup.
Then we’ll tailor a strategy to ensure your IT is always reliable.
Finally, we’ll execute the plan and your IT will be resuscitated.
Please feel free to call our office on 0508 OXYGEN to discuss your concerns. Stay Strong New Zealand!
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