The PC Support Group has defied the economic slowdown and opened a new branch in Staffordshire.
In its first quarter, the company announced an increase in turnover of 39 per cent on 2009. The firm, which has branches throughout the UK, experienced 60 per cent growth in the last 12 months.
The PC Support Group secured 33 new business customers in the first quarter this year compared to 22 in the same period last year.
The award winning company has now opened a Staffordshire-based office, run by computer professional Mark Broadbent. The Office will provide IT Support in Stafford, Stoke and throughout the whole of Staffordshire and south Cheshire.
Mark 50, from Stafford, has worked in the IT industry for 15 years and joins The PC Support Group from the North Staffordshire NHS Trust where he was an IT manager.
He says: “Unfortunately IT support has gained quite a bad reputation over the years for poor customer service so I’m delighted to be able to offer this award winning support to businesses throughout this area. The PC Support Group has created an effective set of processes that make it easy for us to deliver a high quality IT service without the usually associated high costs.”
“To experience a profitable and controlled growth in first quarter turnover in the current market says a lot about our strengths.”