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CAMBRIDGE, England, September 4, 2007 – Igentics (www.igentics.com), the technical new media and Internet engineering company, has relocated from offices in Great Chesterford to a newly refurbished split-level barn conversion at Hall Farm in the picturesque village of Little Walden. The move provides a base for future expansion as the firm is currently looking for web developers and software engineers following some recent new business wins.

The new offices - located just 12 miles from Cambridge city centre on the B1052 between Linton and Saffron Walden - provide an excellent working environment for the company’s growing team of business analysts, creative designers and technical application developers.

Igentics develops and implements Internet-enabled applications and solutions for its clients - everything from a simple brochure web site, E-commerce solution or content management system to bespoke application development, systems integration expertise or E-marketing consultancy. The company works direct with customers as well as in partnership with creative agencies that require technical input.

David Donnan, co-founder and managing director of Igentics, said: “This move provides us with a base for the next 3-5 years as we continue to expand our business. We have a very talented team that focuses on using Internet technology to create and implement systems and solutions that deliver 100% functionality for our clients. We believe that it’s this straightforward approach that wins us new business and keeps clients coming back.”

Igentics was founded in 2001 by industry veterans David Donnan and Greg Holmes. The company has a creative, methodical and holistic approach to IT/Internet projects. Igentics is technology agnostic but has strong links with strategic partners – including Microsoft, Sun and IBM - and has an excellent track record of linking and integrating systems, in particular, legacy systems.

Igentics has worked in partnership with a whole range of organisations from government departments and start-ups through to multinational companies. These include, among others, Anatune, Anglia Property Preservation, the BBC, Cadogan Education, Cambridgeshire County Council, Cambridgeshire Learning & Skills Council, Cornelius, Ericsson, Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), NDC Infrared, Norgren, Ware Anthony Rust and Wyko.

For more information, please contact Igentics Ltd, 2 Hall Farm, Little Walden, Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1XA. Telephone: 01799 525505. Email: info@igentics.com.

About Igentics (www.igentics.com)

Igentics is a Cambridge-based technical new media and Internet engineering company which develops and implements Internet-enabled applications and solutions for its clients - everything from a simple brochure web site, E-commerce solution or content management system to bespoke application development, systems integration expertise or E-marketing consultancy. Igentics’ team of business analysts and software engineers tailor solutions that help customers to get the best out of the technology that they have already invested in and exploit the full potential of their data online. The company is based at Little Walden, on the outskirts of Cambridge.

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