About Us


The guiding principle of 548 Support is to provide service excellence in computer support. We achieve this by combining outstanding Apple Macintosh hardware knowledge with comprehensive technical skill sets. Our aim is to allow customers to use new or emerging technologies to boost their productivity. We maximise their existing technology and put workflows in place to safeguard their business data. The intellectual property of any business is commonly stored in digital form. At 548 Support, it is our job to protect, maintain and preserve that property.

548 Support is different from our competitors in that our business model is entirely service and support oriented, in comparison to other companies offering Apple Macintosh support as an “additional service”. 548 Support offers professional expertise and excellent interpersonal skills, meeting the after-sales needs of the client through onsite installations and ongoing technical support.

As highly experienced technicians, Directors Peter and Matthew became dissatisfied with the standard of service being provided to clients by their employers and elected to combine their talents, work ethic, industry knowledge and training in order to provide the high quality, personalised service they believed the discerning Apple Mac user expects from Apple Mac Technicians.

Matthew Egan is an experienced Apple Macintosh computer engineer, who has been in the computer support industry for over 25 years. The last 20 years have been focused on the repair and support of Macintosh equipment for several Apple resellers in Melbourne and Adelaide. Matthew has a wealth of experience in the support and installation of Macintosh networks and customer support.

Peter Spalding is an experienced Apple Macintosh computer engineer, who has been in the computer support industry for over 20 years. Peter’s professional career has been focused on the repair and support of Macintosh equipment for several Apple resellers in Melbourne. Peter has a wealth of experience in the support and installation of Macintosh networks and customer support.