The Computer Center
At The Computer Center, we're proud of the systems we build. They're built as if they were our own, and we want you to be just as proud of them as we are.
Ralph Williams started the company Micro Consulting in 1984. He mostly sold accounting software and set up personal computers. Two years later, he started selling computers as well. Micro Consulting moved to its present 4500 square foot location in 1992 and went under the new name of The Computer Center.
With the rise of the Internet, Ralph started WCNet (Wharton County Network) in 1996, an Internet provider for the local and surrounding counties. As both The Computer Center and WCNet continued to grow, Ralph sold The Computer Center so he could dedicate his full attention to WCNet.
Clay Wilkins bought The Computer Center in July of 1998. Clay, a native of El Campo, returned after 16 years. During that time, Clay attended Texas A&M University and obtained a bachelor's degree in Business Analysis (Management Information Systems). After graduating from Texas A & M, he worked for two companies over the last 12 years where he primarily designed software programs, installed networks and maintained personal computers.
Our business philosophy is to provide a high quality product at a fair price and excellent service after the sale.
We invite you to come visit us. We are conveniently located in the center of downtown El Campo at the crossroads of Business 59 (Jackson St.) and Hwy. 71 (Mechanic).