A computer service provider wants to turn the corner after a three-year hiatus

A computer services provider is offering to let its customers switch to its services for a nominal fee.AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A computer troubleshooting company has announced it will be switching to a new business model after three years of declining customers.

The Austin Computer Services group says it is working with a private tech firm to begin the transition.

The company says the move is meant to save money.

Austin Computer services is the same company that helps people find the right computer to install and repair their computer.AARP, a non-profit organization that represents home and business owners, says Austin Computer service has been a model for how computer repairs are handled for more than a decade.

The group says about half of all computer repair bills are for computers.

The company said in a statement that it is in talks with the Austin tech firm.

The Austin firm is looking to start accepting bitcoin payments as payment.

Austin Computer services began in 2012 with more than 1,000 employees in the city and about 600 in Austin.

Its most recent financial report shows revenue of $972,000.