Computer Troubleshooters is now part of Dataworks Consulting

Dataworks Consulting announced the acquisition of Computer Troubleshooters today.  Both organizations are providers of IT services for Small-Medium businesses, with complementary services and service areas.

The combined organizations have provided design, implementation, and support services for a broad range of companies for close to 3 decades in the Seattle, Redmond, and Bellevue areas.

“Computer Troubleshooters and their team are a welcome addition to Dataworks Consulting,” said Caroline Smith, CEO of Dataworks, “The skill sets that both organizations have will provide enhanced capabilities for all of our joint clients – we are excited to welcome them to our family.”

Computer Troubleshooters is the world’s largest computer and IT services franchise network. They provide franchise owners with an expansive service offering and outstanding vendor relationships that give them the ability to have optimum revenue and profit potential in both the residential and commercial markets. Dataworks’ acquisition of this franchise location allows them to absorb over 70 years of combined talent in servicing the local SMB’s in Seattle.

“Joining a local IT managed services firm allows the team to continue to grow and support our clients by having the skills and tools that allow for advanced troubleshooting and care for our clients,” said Lem Putnam, “being acquired by Dataworks provides that growth and flexibility for everyone.”

Dataworks Consulting (www.dataworksconsulting.com)  is a network management and systems technology integrator providing end-to-end solutions that ensure business integrity for small-medium and enterprise-level clients.  Dataworks advocates for our clients to strategically align their business and IT objectives from design through deployment. We architect, implement and manage IT solutions spanning computing infrastructure, enterprise management, cloud, and security. Dataworks is headquartered in Newcastle, WA.

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