The Chip Merchant Acquires San Diego Computer Consultants

The Chip Merchant, premier San Diego technology company, acquires San Diego Computer Consultants.

San Diego Computer Consultants (SDCC) has been serving consumers and small businesses in San Diego County since 2005. “We had very humble beginnings,” said Bill Cumley, owner of SDCC, which has grown into an IT consulting organization that supports hundreds of small businesses, as well as thousands of consumer clients. Voted best PC technicians by San Diego Magazine, SDCC facilities are located just west of Kensington and have become a fixture in the community. SDCC’s success is primarily a result of their personalized service and outstanding reputation which has spread throughout sites like Yelp and Google. “SDCC’s reputation validates and supports what The Chip Merchant is about,” said Jorge Ruiz de Castilla, The Chip Merchant President and CEO.

SDCC’s customers are extremely loyal. This speaks to the integrity and values of SDCC and their commitment to providing exceptional service. “The Chip Merchant is well known in the San Diego technology community historically as the place to buy memory and computer parts. This acquisition is part of our strategy to continue to expand our presence in IT and to educate the San Diego tech community about all the products and services that we have been providing for several years,” added Ruiz de Castilla.

The Chip Merchant has been serving San Diego businesses and consumers for over 27 years. Initially founded as a memory and computer hardware reseller, for the last 10 years The Chip Merchant has provided a variety of services including IT support, managed services, backup and business continuity, and cloud solutions and virtualization. The acquisition of SDCC enhances and expands the broad range of products, services and expertise offered by The Chip Merchant. To SDCC clients, it provides additional services not currently available to them. “I am very excited to become part of such a talented and vibrant organization, and to provide my small business clients with options and additional services to fulfill their growing needs,” said Cumley.

The transition process is set to begin this month. The unified organization will benefit from a larger client base, complimenting service offerings and expertise. The Chip Merchant will continue to operate under both names for the foreseeable future.

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