LAN and PC Services Announces UK Division



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Yvonne McCormack

Talk of the Town PR.



LAN and PC Services Announces UK Division 


Greenwich, CT, Feb. 2, 2016– LAN and PC Services ( announces going international with the opening of LAN and PC Services UK.  The UK division will be based in London.  LAN and PC Services UK is a fully self-sustaining UK entity that mirrors and compliments the US counterpart LAN and PC Services.


The London office officially opens in the first week of March 2016.  The focus is IT support, hardware and software expertise, consulting, helpdesk and networking.  Engineers are trained and certified in Apple and PC technologies along with keeping current with emerging technologies.



Principal Jeff Higgins says, “As a part of our continued commitment to our clients we started planning this UK expansion last year.  Now we are positioned to give expert seamless support on an international level to organizations with locations both in the US and the UK. This is an exciting time for us.”




About LAN & PC Services

LAN & PC Services was founded in 1995 based on the observation that companies can maximize their performance with advanced skills in technological competencies. Since then our role has expanded to not only consulting and collaboration, but to back end operations, security,  and system maintenance. LAN and PC Services operate as a high-level liaison, bridging business objectives with technology and financial considerations.

Our team has combined experience of over 100 years. We continue to grow and expand, meeting the needs of the ever changing market.


For more information, please email, call 203-422-0686, visit or write LAN & PC Services, Inc., 100 Melrose Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830.


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