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Your computers are supposed to make work easier than ever

So why are they stressing you out?

Your business IT shouldn't feel like a villain — working against you by slowing down your staff and causing downtime. But with the right IT partner, your tech can be your sidekick. You will get a better return on your IT investments, and enjoy the edge your computers give you, instead of holding you back.

CCR is here to save the day

We've been in business since 1981, which is a lifetime in the IT industry. Since then, our tech experts have seen computers and systems change beyond recognition. But they've always kept ahead of the curve with in-depth training and ongoing certifications. And they've been using it as their superpower, helping small and growing enterprises take advantage of IT to improve their operations.

For over 35 years, CCR has provided managed services so that the business owners of Michigan can enjoy stress-free IT. No company can vanquish us when it comes to delivering the IT that transforms business operations for improved efficiency, security, and customer satisfaction!

Some of our clients have been with us for 25 years, and if that’s not proof of customer satisfaction, what is?


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IT support in a flash whenever and wherever you need it

Center for Computer Resources is headquartered in Sterling Heights, with locations in Traverse City and Petoskey, Michigan.

This ensures that there's always a technician on site faster than a speeding bullet — regardless of whether you have a server or desktop issue, a network security problem, or a VoIP request.