Computer Troubleshooters opens two new Irish offices

18 Aug 2009

One of the world’s largest computer technical support franchises has opened two new Irish office and says it plans to open 12 new offices in the Republic and Northern Ireland over the next two years.

Computer Troubleshooters says it is seeking potential franchisees in all parts of Ireland, North and South.

The 12 year-old company has nearly 500 offices in 27 countries around the world.

The expanding franchise already has offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Louth, Donegal and Lisburn.

The two new offices will be located in Laois-Offaly under the management of Tony Monaghan and in East Cork under the management of Mark Casey.

Headquartered in the US, Computer Troubleshooters is a computer service franchise specialising in helping residential, home office and small businesses with all their callout/onsite computer-related needs: software/hardware troubleshooting, upgrades, repair, consulting, anti-virus/spyware, wireless/networking, broadband/internet, website design, made-to-order new and refurbished systems, service/maintenance contracts and training services.

“I congratulate Mark and Tony on starting up in business for themselves in these tough times and I know they will provide a first class personalised technical support service to all customers in their areas”, says Enda Folan, national master franchisor.

“Computer Troubleshooters is more than just a computer service company, it works as part of the customer’s staff to help their business grow through the most effective and efficient use of technology. 

“By combining the friendly, personal service of small, locally owned, community based franchises with the backup support and knowledge of a large international team of experts, Computer Troubleshooters can offer its’ customers a unique solution for their computer service needs,” Folan said.

By John Kennedy.

John Kennedy is a journalist who served as editor of Silicon Republic for 17 years