Matt Ashe and Ray Long established Metrolina Computer in January of 2002. We quickly became York County's number one solution provider for home and business computers. Matt Ashe became the sole owner of Metrolina Computer in June of 2007. We have a knowledgeable friendly staff with over 20 years combined experience that can help with all of your computer needs. We service individuals as well as businesses. We offer a variety of products in our retail store including New and Used Computers, Used Laptops, a full line of new and used parts for repair or upgrade, used laser printers, tons of cables and connectors to fit all of your needs, and much more! We offer on-site service; laser printer repair, laptop repair, networking, and PC repair. Matt Ashe (Owner ) - Matt grew up in McConnells about 13 miles south of Rock Hill. He graduated from York High School in 1993. In 2005 he graduated from York Technical College with an Associates Degree in Computer Engineering. His first job while attending college was working as a bag boy at Winn-Dixie. He worked his way up to Customer Service Manager in the 2 years he was there. After College he went to work for IBM as an electronics technician. He repaired all types of circuit boards. After IBM he went to work for ADE Optical Systems as a Software Technician. He learned programing in C and Visual Basic here. He also worked on several engineering projects and often helped the IT staff with computer repairs. Later he was hired on at Saber Corporation a local software company to be a Technical Support Technician. He quickly became the Technical Support Supervisor then the President of the company. Here he learned a great deal about SQL and programing in PowerBuilder. He also learned about the managment side of business. He kept the company books, and performed human resource duties. In 2002 he started Metrolina Computer with Ray. Matt is a father of 4 including 8 year old triplets. He loves high school football and video games.
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