(PRWEB) January 20, 2013
iRepair.net, a leading technical support brand providing computer health maintenance services to its customers, announced the completion of integration of their existing antivirus toolkit with Windows 8, the new operating system that the global computer operating system (OS) manufacturing giant Microsoft released last October. The integration will let the company offer technical support help to its clients using this latest OS, in terms of providing security and protection. In addition, the upgraded toolkit will further install updated virus definitions to the client computers, thereby proactively protecting and maintaining the security requirements of the clients.
Speaking to the press in a meet earlier today, Siddhartha Kapoor, the CTO of the technical support company, expressed confidence in the new release, citing significant market demand backed up with robust technical foundations of the toolkit as the primary reason. “Our support team is now ready with the latest version of our antivirus support toolkit”, said Mr. Kapoor, while talking to the press. “The updated toolkit for virus removal and protection has undergone thorough beta tests from our organizational employees as well as volunteers picked from a randomly chosen subgroup of customers. The integration appears to be immaculate. We tested both for forward development as well as backward compatibility of our updated toolkit, and we are extremely happy with what we have been able to develop in-house.”
The customers of the technical support company, looking for support for Windows 8 , will enjoy the positive impact of this integration. The computer support organization can now easily use their enhanced toolkit to support both the customers having Windows 8 and the ones having earlier versions of Windows. Terming this integrated single-window based support toolkit control as “imperative”, the CTO was further quoted praising the engineers at iRepair.net for having demonstrated quality excellence throughout the process of implementing and testing the end-to-end antivirus support solution system for Windows 8.
The move is expected to attract new customers to iRepair.net, as it is one of the first few companies to provide Windows 8 support for antivirus, as a service. Existing customers migrating to Windows 8 or already having Windows 8 will also be able to enjoy the benefits of this upgrade, without paying a single dollar additionally. “We are expecting to grow our customer base by 15%, as well as be able to migrate 9% of our existing customer base to the Windows 8 platform for a better support”, said a company spokesperson, in the press meet. “The combined effect of our attempts is going to generate at least 24% additional revenues compared to our current revenues. Our marketing department is working to meet the high growth objectives.”`