Computer Troubleshooters Ireland opens two offices

7 Apr 2008

PC support franchise Computer Troubleshooters Ireland has opened two new Irish offices.

One of the offices is in Cork, under the management of John Hardiman. It is the second office in Cork for Computer Troubleshooters Ireland, following on from one set up near Clonakilty last month.

An office has also been established in Lisburn, Northern Ireland under the management of Ian Walker. It is the first foray for the franchise into Northern Ireland.

“I welcome both John and Ian on board and I know they will provide first-class personal technical support services to all customers in their areas,” commented Enda Folan, national master
franchisor, Computer Troubleshooters Ireland. “John and Ian join our island-wide organisation with offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Louth and now Lisburn.”

The franchise is in expansive mode in Ireland, intending to open as many as 10 new offices on the island over the next two years.

Computer Troubleshooters was founded in Australia 11 years ago and specialises in residential, home, office and small businesses support. Internationally, it has expanded rapidly to become the world’s and Ireland’s largest computer technical support franchise with nearly 500 offices in 27 countries.

By Niall Byrne