Computer Troubleshooters Ireland opens Cork office

3 Mar 2008

PC support franchise Computer Troubleshooters Ireland has opened its first Cork office and revealed it intends to open as many as 10 new offices in the Republic and Northern Ireland over the next two years.

The Cork office will add to Computer Troubleshooters Ireland’s existing offices in Dublin, Galway and Louth. It will be managed by David Hollingworth, a former senior staff engineer at Motorola with expertise in Unix/Linus, database design and custom web-based applications.

Based in Ballinascarthy, Clonakilty, the office will serve business and residential customers in the west Cork area.

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 26 countries.

“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,” commented Enda Folan, national master franchiser, Computer Troubleshooters Ireland. “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.”

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

By Niall Byrne