Geeks On Site Recently Celebrated Their Seventh Year in the Business

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Geeks On Site: With seven years in the computer repair and maintenance industry they are still going strong.

Nationwide computer repair and support

“Geeks On Site grew rapidly, in a short time the company evolved from assisting customers locally to taking care of customers all across the U.S. We are proud to say our new clients come mostly by referrals from current, satisfied customers,” said Otte.

Geeks On Site Computer Repair celebrated their seventh year anniversary this past month. The company started essentially as a local, five person operation in South Florida. However, George Otte, Geeks On Site founder and company president, hit the ground running.

Geeks On Site initially made only onsite computer repairs. As Geeks On Site gathered momentum Mr. Otte expanded the service to remote computer repair as well. Geeks On Site was one of the first companies to conduct computer repairs of this kind.

“Geeks On Site grew rapidly, in a short time the company evolved from assisting customers locally to taking care of customers all across the U.S. We are proud to say our new clients come mostly by referrals from current, satisfied customers,” said Mr. Otte.

Today, Geeks On Site, services both residential and business clients in almost every state nationwide. Geeks On Site technicians perform a wide range of repairs, covering everything from virus scans and updates to network support and adware removal. Geeks On Site technicians also repair, maintain and install peripherals such as printers, scanners and webcams.

Geeks On Site maintains a small business feel, despite the company’s exponential growth. While expansion of the company is happening all the time, Mr. Otte likes to keep things simple. “Keeping our customers satisfied is and will always be our focus. We provide high quality service at a reasonable price, so we have lots of happy customers to show for it,” Mr. Otte said.    

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Erica Kirschbaum