PC Professional, a leading IT consulting firm in the Bay Area, has been catering to the IT necessities of Concord, Pleasant Hill, and Martinez for over 33 years.
Our services include:
Personalized IT Support (onsite and remote)
Email, File Storage and Collaboration Solutions (cloud and on premise)
IT Assessment and Recommendations
Data Backup, Retention and Recovery
Proactive Outsourcing and Network Management With 24/7 Remote Monitoring
Hardware and Software Procurement
PC Professional, Inc. operates out of a 16,000-square-foot facility located in downtown Oakland. We provide IT consulting services, secure warehousing, a computer repair facility, help desk, remote monitoring and technician dispatch services.
Our success is based on consistent delivery of the most innovative technologies through unwavering commitment, technical expertise and renowned customer service. We combine our expertise with strategic manufacturer partnerships to provide customized solutions to meet your business needs.
It is this commitment to your success that has made PC Professional a trusted innovative IT consultant for many prominent Bay Area businesses.
About Concord, Pleasant Hill, and Martinez
Concord, California is located 29 miles east of San Francisco, adjacent to beautiful Mt. Diablo. The city provides ready access to San Francisco, Napa Valley, Silicon Valley and Sacramento. This convenient, central location, along with a temperate climate, allows residents to enjoy a wide variety of unique and scenic attractions within the immediate Bay Area as well as throughout Northern California.
Pleasant Hill is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States, in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area. The population was 33,152 at the 2010 census. It was incorporated in 1961. Pleasant Hill is the home of College Park High School, Diablo Valley College, John F Kennedy University, the Pleasant Hill Library of the Contra Costa County Library system, and Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District.
Respecting its past but with an eye to the future, Martinez has modernized both its infrastructure and its downtown. The City opened an award-winning Intermodal Facility in 2001 that has become a popular stop along the Amtrak line. It also completed a major restoration of Alhambra Creek that beautifies the downtown and controls flooding, and has embarked on a program to make Martinez a cultural-historical attraction as the home of the John Muir Festival Center. An outdoor amphitheater is the first realization of this long-term program.