About

 

Nashville Computer Support - Owner

Chris Jones

Nashville Computer Support Experts

 

Nashville Computer Support - Computer and Communications Innovations

As the “Go To” computer company in Middle Tennessee, Computer and Communications Innovations is held to high standards and expectations. It is this expected service that makes Chris Jones, owner, strive for excellence and has made CCI highly respected as Nashville Computer Support Experts.

Chris began his career nearly 33 years ago as a systems installer for a cable television company. He excelled, moved through the ranks, and eventually was promoted to Regional Information Technology Manager.

His love, know how, and passion for computers, however, kept eating away at him and so in 1994 he followed his dream and started his first computer company, Computer Innovations. Through hard work and dedication, his business quickly grew. After ten years, and quite a few offers, he sold his business for a nice profit.

But Chris couldn’t stay away. Between his love of computer technology and his previous customers begging him to come back, he once again started up a computer company, this time calling it Computer & Communications Innovations, in 2010.

Whether you are a small, medium or large business…whether you need your entire computer system and cabling set up, or just need malware installed and viruses removed, Computer & Communications Innovations is the company to call. I’m sure from the moment you meet their friendly, knowledgeable, and professional computer technicians, you will understand why so many businesses asked him to step back into the computer ring after selling his first company off.

Computer & Communications Innovations offers the lowest rate around (Go ahead and get a quote from someone else. You’ll find their hourly rate to be almost double.), has the friendliest service (Dare I be corny and say “Service with a smile.”?), and more importantly, has the knowledge to fulfill all your business’ computer needs to help you grow and make more money. What more could you ask for?