pcMedia started in 1993 selling floppy disks out of a garage in Blenheim.

In 2010, pcMedia became an early adopter of cloud technology, winning a Microsoft award in 2012 for work in the health sector and two more Microsoft awards in 2016 and 2017 for work in education. Since then, pcMedia has become a national company supporting both business and education clients, from Northland to Invercargill, whilst proudly retaining head office in Marlborough.


“We are a school that actually embraces change. Change that’s based on research. Change that’s based on effecting improvements. Change that’s based on improving student achievement.”

Yvonne Browning, Principal, Southland Girls’ School

“They can now see what the learning is and understand what is being taught.”

Susan, Principal of St Therese School

“We have been able to implement a robust, extremely cost effective, and innovative solution that meets and responds to the learning needs of our students and the profession needs of our staff.”

Daniel Wilson, Principal, Nayland College