Computer Troubleshooters continues expansion in Ireland

Computer service franchise Computer Troubleshooters has opened its second Cork-based office managed by John Hardiman and its first Service Centre in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, managed by Ian Walker. The new office and Service Centre are part of the company's two-year expansion plan, to open 10 new offices within the Republic and Northern Ireland.

Prior to joining Computer Troubleshooters, John Hardiman (pictured above) who has Microsoft, CompTIA, IBM and Cisco certifications, worked for IT Alliance and other companies including Tesco and Dell Corporation. His new role will be to support business and residential customers in Southern Cork.

While Ian (pictured below) came to Computer Troubleshooters with Microsoft MCSE, Cisco CCNA and Nortel CNA certifications and experience working as a Customer Programme Manager with ATLAS Consortium (EDS). Ian's new role will be to support residential and business customers at the Service Centre.

National Master Franchisor Enda Folan says: I welcome both John and Ian on board and know they will provide first class personal technical support services to all customers in the their areas.

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.'