When we founded ComputerPerson back in 1996, it was based on the discovery that many small-to-medium sized businesses were severely under-utilizing their technology, and were slow to move on newer technology. The reasons for this varied, but in most cases it was due to high levels of frustration with the lack of creativity and support in the technology industry. Corporations were tentative to try new things, mostly because of the long term concerns over support and administration. Knowing that we possessed the technical assets to overcome these frustrations and fears, we felt compelled to share with those who needed them most.
Our business & support models have obviously evolved over time. But through it all, our client's productivity has always been the priority. This will always be our focus as we continue to grow and evolve.