NerdsToGo Gears Up to Solve Tech Issues

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The announcement from NerdsToGo that they will expand its Dallas footprint to 30 new franchises by 2024 will ensure that people can get the IT help they need as more professionals work from home.  

“Remote work is a part of the ‘next normal,’ and we see a huge opportunity for managed IT services for both small and medium-sized companies,” said Mark Jameson, Chief Support and Development Officer at Propelled Brands. “We see great growth potential in the DFW Metroplex and are confident that our proven business model, along with the support and resources provided, will allow franchisees to thrive.” 

NerdsToGo provides the total solution in computer and technology support to customers. The company’s signature service is delivered by sending a technician, or “Nerd,” onsite to customer locations in a well-branded, eye-catching Nerd Van.  

Customers can also receive service through remote support or by visiting a local NerdsToGo service center. NerdsToGo acts as the IT department for small to medium-sized businesses by helping to design, implement and support IT networks, provide data backup and continuity services, cybersecurity solutions, cloud services, remote support, vendor management services, and overall routine maintenance. 

In September, NerdsToGo was acquired by Propelled Brands. Under new leadership, the NerdsToGo brand and its franchisees will receive ongoing training, support, and unparalleled resources to position the brand as an industry leader in the local communities it serves. 

“When I was in search of a franchise that allowed me to build a business to help my community, I found NerdsToGo, and immediately gravitated toward it because of the growth opportunity it presented,” said Woody Huffines, owner of the McKinney NerdsToGo franchise.  

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