The 1980s were the beginning of a major shift in how people used and understood IT at work and at home.
As the well-known Commodore 64 flooded the international market, Office Everything introduced it to their customers. Two years later, in 1984 the Apple Macintosh was released to the world. The following year, Peter became one of the first regional distributors of the Apple computer.
Back in the early days of Apple and Commodore 64, there was money to be made in computer sales. True to their reputation as forward-thinkers, Apple recognised that this may not last and frequently advised distributors to invest in their services.
Ensuring that they did not miss the opportunity, Peter guaranteed that he and his team were on top of all relevant product and service requirements.
Bringing so many firsts in computers, IT and services to the region, it is no wonder Peter with the Office Everything family has survived the test of time.