CPR is proud of the relationship it has with its customers. We have a high level of customer satisfaction because we care about our customers and our quality of work. At CPR we strive to achieve customer service excellence! Computer Peripheral Repair CPR has been doing business is Nashville for over 20 years. We support the Better Business Bureau. Click on the links below to check us out online and learn more about these organizations. CPR continues to increase our capabilities to meet the needs of our customers with full support programs. In 2005 CPR added our Application Assurance and FSICPR Relationship programs.
Computer Peripheral Repair began as a home business partnership between George Ziady and Scott Copeland in 1984. CPR offered maintenance contracts to Nashville businesses, mainly servicing terminals for M.T.S.U. In 1985, CPR moved to a 750sq. ft. building at 3023 Nolensville Rd., and services expanded to include piecemeal and contract work. In 1988, one employee was added and two years later in 1990, Computer Peripheral Repair relocated to a larger 1,800sq. ft. building at 2,803 Nolensville Rd. At this location, CPR grew to more than 12 employees and continued to offer maintenance contracts and perform piecemeal work.
In 1994, Scott Copeland decided to relocate to Texas giving George Ziady full ownership of Computer Peripheral Repair. By the spring of 1997 business had grown so much that CPR moved to 320 Hill Avenue, a 10,000sq. ft. building, three employees were added bringing the total to 15. At this location, services expanded to include retainer contracts, maintenance contracts and piecemeal work. Business continued to grow and CPR soon found it had outgrown yet another facility. In the first quarter of 2000 we once again moved to our present location at 320 Hill Ave. in Nashville, Tennessee. We have now grown to 17 employees.
We offer a full scope of IT support services for many types of businesses.
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