About IRIS

IRIS Computing Pty Ltd (IRIS) is a complete Information Technology (IT) Solutions Provider to Small and Medium Business and Small Enterprise clients. IRIS specialises in providing business solutions to business problems. Our strong partnerships with industry leaders ideally position us as your single source for IT expertise in building, maintaining, and protecting the reliable Information Technology foundation you need to reach your business goals.

IRIS Computing is a wholly owned and operated Tasmanian Company.  With our Head Office based in North Hobart, we have a Regional Office in Launceston and a Serviced Technical Workshop at Burnie. Experience and commitment have made IRIS a respected and recognised leader in IT Solutions to the Tasmanian Education Department and Corporate business.

Our partners

IRIS is proud to be an authorised sales, service and value-added solutions provider for many of the leading, high quality industry manufacturers, including Acer Computer Australia, Lenovo Australia, Hitachi Data Systems, Konica Minolta, Lexmark, and Linksys for Hardware and Microsoft, Symantec, Computer Associates and Get Busi for Software.

Our history

The Company started in 1976 as Ian Rumney Information Services.  With the aim of providing a total solution to the Tasmanian IT market, IRIS Computing Pty Ltd was formed in 1993.  This solution was not to just provide computers, but to provide a central purchasing point from a mouse to a CAD station, corporate furniture to audio visual equipment, ink cartridge to a Storage solution, and possess the skill set to install, use, or repair it.

Our focus

The companies’ primary focus is on the supply, installation, and maintenance of IT equipment with a focus on the Corporate Small/Medium Business and Government/Education market. IRIS specialise in business that is usually less than 100 seats but have a number of clients with up to 350 seats.

The company has been built upon service and we pride ourselves on the reputation we have built for ourselves in this regard.