CORAL GABLES, Fla., Nov. 17, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A milestone is approaching for Geeks on Site as it prepares to celebrate its 15th anniversary.
Otte Polo Group Owner and CEO, George Otte, a driven entrepreneur from Miami, is proud to offer quality, convenient and reliable on-site and remote help to thousands of computer users across the US. With nearly two decades of experience in tech support operations, he is proud to see that the company he founded in November 2002 has reached this exciting milestone and is looking forward to continued growth for the brand. This excitement is coupled with gratitude for the many customers who have trusted them over the years; their loyalty has been key in the company’s success.
Geeks on Site has a new look!
To celebrate this accomplishment, Geeks on Site is launching a new website on Thursday, November 16, 2017. In addition to offering a total new look, the website now offers the added convenience of e-commerce and is focused on helping computer users understand their computer related issues with the addition of a Help Center with FAQs and videos to guide users through the process of identifying some common issues. This new website is a computer user’s one stop shop for any and all questions about their hardware. Geeks on Site will continue to offer its nationwide remote tech support and on-site computer repair services to individual users in-home or businesses of any size.
About Geeks on Site
Geeks on Site, a South Florida based company, has a team of dedicated IT support specialists that offer premium quality repair and maintenance services to homes and businesses across the US. As pioneers in the online remote computer repair service, Geeks on Site is one of the fastest growing companies in the computer repair industry. Safe and convenient online remote computer repair is available nationwide but same day onsite, in-home and in-office service is also available. Geeks on Site is able to offer support for PCs, networks, scanners, printers, smartphones, software as well as hardware issues.
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