Lemon Grove, CA, July 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Executives at the Computer Admin, a San Diego IT support business, today announced the company was granted the "Emerging New Business of the Year" award by the Greater San Diego Business Association. The GSDBA uses the awards to recognize businesses and community leaders which best exemplify the values and business success for which GSDBA stands for.
The executive leadership team at the San Diego computer support company is excited about being recognized for their work by the Greater San Diego Business Association. The company's executives are active in community affairs and support the GSDBA in many ways. The award was issued at a luncheon which was held on June 21, 2012. Several other San Diego businesses were also recognized for their community involvement and dedication to excellence.
The Computer Admin takes a different approach to San Diego managed IT support, one of which is their pricing structure. The company offers flat-fee IT consulting which is almost unheard of in the industry. Their goal is simply to provide as much or as little support as businesses need in order to keep their systems up and running.
"I highly recommend the Computer Admin. They always show up when they say they will and their techs always answer my questions quickly and politely. They also know what they're doing. I've had techs come in here only to leave and send someone else but I have never experienced that with the Computer Admin." - Peter Strasberg
The company's low-cost flat rate monthly IT services pricing structure allows businesses to save money on high-priced service calls and they don't have any hidden fees. One of the best services the company provides is remote access computer repair in which their client's computers can be repaired directly from the Computer Admin offices.
They also provide support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Their techs are always on call and their average response time is about 37 minutes which is a plus for businesses that rely heavily on their computers to accomplish their work.