Orillia ProNet purchases Downtown Computers

Longtime owner of Downtown Computers says local customers are ‘in the best of hands’ with Orillia ProNet

NEWS RELEASE

ORILLIA PRONET

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Orillia ProNet Inc., a local full-service information technology company, has announced today that they have acquired Downtown Computers, another local IT computer business located in Orillia.

Downtown Computers has been supporting the Orillia area for 27 years. Al Wallace, owner of Downtown Computers, purchased Downtown Computers in 2012 and since then, they have transitioned from a computer sales and service business to predominantly a business-oriented IT support company.

Founded in 1996, Mark Earl, owner of Orillia ProNet, has been specializing in business-to-business integrated technology, serving Simcoe County, the Muskoka region and beyond with managed IT services, networking support, phone systems, website design and hosting, search engine optimization, data recovery and more.

“I have known Al Wallace at Downtown Computers since his start with the company and have worked together over the years. I am pleased to be able to work with his business clients to continue to offer the same support they have been accustomed to,” said Mark Earl, president of Orillia ProNet.

“We look forward to providing our technical expertise to the well-established and loyal business customer base of Downtown Computers and welcome new customers in the Orillia and surrounding areas,” said Earl.

“Downtown Computers and Orillia ProNet have worked extremely (closely) since I purchased the business. Downtown Computers and ProNet have operated more as colleagues than competitors,” said Wallace.

In closing notes to his longtime clients, Wallace had this last message to say: “Mark and his team are excellent and very professional. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my customers. I have enjoyed working with all of you. I move on very comfortably knowing, with Mark Earl and his team at Orillia ProNet, I am leaving you in the best of hands.”

To speak with someone at Orillia ProNet about business service offerings, contact by phone at 705-329-3949 or email [email protected]

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