Since 1993, PC-Doctor, Inc. has provided the industry's best system health software to computer companies. Our culture fosters collaboration, creativity, and wellness–resulting in happy employees with higher-than-average tenure. Here you will work with smart, enthusiastic people in an environment that values both teamwork and independent thinking. Top-notch skills, a positive approach, a strong work ethic, and a sense of fun are essential traits to have on our teams.
As a previous recipient of the Technology Company of the Year award by Nevada's Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, we invite you to read on to learn more about what makes our company special.
PC-Doctor is headquartered in Reno, Nevada because it provides an excellent business climate for the company, and it’s an ideal place for our employees to live and prosper.
Reno is an amazing place to live, with a vibrant scene that offers plenty of activities for families, couples, singles, sports fans, history buffs, those who appreciate arts and music, and those who like to play in the great outdoors. Set in the spectacular backdrop of the Sierra Nevada, local activities include winter skiing at Mt. Rose, summer fun at Lake Tahoe, year-round hiking and more.
Reno has consistently ranked in the Top 100 Best Places to Live by Livability.com, a national website that ranks quality of life amenities of America's small and mid-sized cities: https://livability.com/nv/reno.
Located at 39.530895° N, 119.814972° W, the climate offers over 250 beautiful sunny days a year, and you can hike, bike, snowboard, and rock climb all in your backyard. Shielded by the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains, Reno residents enjoy a comfortable climate with little rain and low humidity. Excellent winter skiing is available only 30 minutes from our office.
Many companies are recognizing the advantages of doing business here, and Reno is quickly becoming a hub for technology firms due to its strong infrastructure and a favorable tax and business climate. For more information on the Reno area, visit http://www.thechambernv.org/renosparks.html.