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(515) 291-8324217 Welch Ave Ste 101 PMB 210, Ames, IA 50014-2505
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Type of Entity
Incorporated: September 2004, IA
Contact InformationPrincipal: Mike Erps (CEO)
Computers - Dealers, Information Technology Services, Computers - Training, Computers - Sys Designers & Consult, Computers - Service & Repair
Products & Services
This company offers computer service, sales and repair, tech support, computer training, technology training, and consulting.
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