ISN broadens offering with Q Associates partnership

By Nick Batten on 18 September, 2017

Royal Wootton Bassett-based IT solutions provider, Intuitive Systems and Networks Ltd (ISN), has announced a new strategic partnership with the Newbury IT company, Q Associates Ltd.

The partnership will combine Q Associate’s “award-winning” expertise in IT infrastructure services with ISN’s specialism in networking and security to enable both organisations to “offer a broader portfolio of services.”

Simon Rance, sales director at ISN explained, “Q and ISN working together is a great fit. The skills of both teams complement each other perfectly, and these will be massively beneficial as both organisations grow and aim to provide more comprehensive consultancy and service offerings to our existing and new clients. The nature of the relationship in the recent past has allowed us to ensure we get the collaboration levels right in complex and exciting projects, and now feels like the right time to start building further on this success story.”

David Cue, managing director at Q Associates, added, “We are very excited to formalise our relationship with ISN. We have been working together for many years, but moving forwards as trusted partners will bring a new dimension to our working relationship as we deliver integrated hybrid cloud solutions to our customers.”

The news follows ISN and Q Associates’ recent collaboration on a project for the University for the Creative Arts (UCA). James Davies, director of IT Services at UCA, said, “This is one of the most significant IT projects undertaken by the university. We have been delighted by the expertise and experience Q Associates and ISN have provided throughout the implementation.”

Q Associates regularly host a bi-monthly TechTalk, the event on September 20 will have Simon Rance from ISN as a guest speaker on the topic of “Network Security: beyond the Firewall.”

For more information on the event or to sign up to attend please go to

Pictured above: David Cue of Q Associates and Simon Rance of ISN