Megabite Computer Services faces the necessity of moving their location to a better and bigger office for servicing clients.
(Fernandina Beach, FL – July 7, 2021) – The success of a business depends on location and can be one of the most critical considerations towards the success of a small business. Megabite Computer Services knew this when they first moved into their previous location on South 14th Street in Fernandina Beach in 2008. Through feedback from clients, Megabite’s present location on South 8th was not the easiest to get to. A suggestion arose that a more advantageous place might be where people could walk in, be further away from the main street, and provide more parking.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Megabite needed to relocate. On June 1st of this year, it was time for Megabite Services to move their business to their new location at 816 Sadler Road, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. Deryck Burnett, CEO at Megabite Computer Services said, “We first operated on South 14 Street in a shared office with an attorney. We then got our own place which was a stand-alone building on 8th Street at 531 South 8th. This gave us space and the ability to operate without concern for the attorney.”
The new building is almost double the size of South 8th Street. The site now has new and better parking, along with more space to conduct group classes, one-on-one classes, and even has a new seating area.
About the Company: Megabite Computer Services provides Computer Services, Graphic Design. Printing & Everything Else in between. The Company services both Macs and PCs.
Megabite.co has a variety of services that are customized to assist clients. Included are Senior Support, User Freedom protection against malware, One-on-One Classes, Remote Services, PC & Apple Repair Services, Personal Project Service, and Computer Training.
Plenty of computer companies can fix digital devices, but Megabite is different. They teach clients how to get the most out of them. Megabite Computer Services is about people first and foremost, and computer experts second. The focus is knowing how to “speak the language” and bridge the gap between needs versus technology.
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