A few words about us

Our history

NOVATEX SOLUTIONS LTD. was founded in November 1999 in Nicosia. The purpose of the company was and is to create and offer services in Cyprus online. In Cyprus, netcy.com creates websites to enter the market for corporate web hosting and web design. From its inception until today, netcy.com has made steady and great strides in its development.

Within these 25 years, Novatex Solutions has expanded by creating other websites related to internet services, promoting services and global market. Integrating technology so that high standards can provide reliable, functional and also financial services. Today it has the ability and capacity to provide your own partnering web services. The experience of the field of Internet and computers can guarantee success in your internet world and support all your business efforts in this area.

George K. Georgiou


The Director

Mr. George K. Georgiou, is the director and chief executive of NOVATEX SOLUTIONS LTD with a background in mechatronics engineer (mechanical + electrical) with extensive experience in the fields of sensors, wireless sensors networks, automation, automated image processing, machine design, retrofitting of existing equipment. 

Also specialist on analytical and medical equipment. Experience and passion in using computing and Internet related Technologies (ICT) enabling him to integrate them in many solutions. 

Research activities include sensors, environmental measurements, sustainability, environment, agriculture, energy, renewable energy, wireless sensor networks, wireless data transmission, web based applications

Infrastructure &


Novatex Solutions has developed a partnership with two major European data centers in Great Britain and a data center in America. Novatex Solutions hosts the servers of the company in accordance with the standards set by international standards of reliability, security and speed access to data centers. All equipment are covered by UPS to ensure availability of 99.95% in the event of power failures and diesel generators that are activated automatically when the batteries of the UPS start to deplete.