IT Asset Disposition

    SECURE IT ASSET DISPOSITION
    Get the Most Return on Your IT Investment

    Keeping up with the latest technology doesn’t come cheap. To offset the cost of your new acquisitions, consider selling your old equipment. You will be surprised at the value in your surplus and used assets.

    While companies try to reduce costs, equipment vendors continue racing to innovate and sell the newest and brightest technology. Many businesses do invest to stay competitive – which means more and more IT assets are retired faster and faster. We are here to provide the information and services you need to easily and securely navigate these processes. You provide the list, we do all the work, and you receive the rewards. It’s a win-win proposal.

    What is ITAD?

    Secure IT asset disposition or SITAD for short, is the process of disposing of surplus new and used equipment in a safe and ecologically responsible manner. SITAD represents a growing industry encompassing the safe and secure reuse, recycling or remarketing of tangible IT assets after they reach the end of their lifecycle.

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    Benefits of ITAD

    • Increase real estate in your warehouse, storage room, or data center.
    • Extra money to fund your next project or purchase.
    • Create a credit account to purchase new equipment.
    • Keep hazardous materials from ending up in landfills.

    A Complete and Comprehensive Solution

    Over 50 years of recycling and data destruction experience
    Streamlined documented processes – We do all the work
    Secure Shipping Solutions
    Complete data destruction and certification services
    Eco-friendly recycling for the end of life, non-value equipment
    One location or multiple locations – We handle 1 box to full containers
    Compliant processes – DoD, HIPAA, SOX, PCI, etc.
    Full chain of custody, accounting, and detailed reporting
    Donation Services – Designate any charity for the value to be donated to

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