Keeping up with the dizzying pace of advances in computing technology can be tough. And when you upgrade your equipment, you’re faced with a new problem: what to do with all your outdated hardware? Throwing it away may be illegal, harm the environment, and might mean overlooking a great way to recover value.
If done right, asset remarketing can be an invaluable component of your IT asset disposition (ITAD) strategy. But rather than putting your regular business activities on hold to deal with moving tens or even hundreds of pieces of electronic equipment, it’s far more efficient and cost-effective to find a trusted buyer – a company with electronics refurbishing experience and an established network of resale clients.
CompuCycle utilizes various domestic and global sales channels to secure the maximum recovery value for your IT assets. In fact, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce awarded us the U.S. Export Achievement Certificate for our work exporting equipment to markets all over the globe. We can remarket electronic devices at the used, refurbished, and thanks to our advanced shredding capabilities, even the raw materials stages of life.
Why should asset remarket be part of your ITAD strategy? Here are four ways you can benefit from selling your surplus tech:
Virtually any widely used electronic computer can be remarketed, depending on a few factors. There’s no hard-and-fast rule for what can be remarketed, but typically IT assets that hold value are:
This means network routers, servers, switches, hubs, laptops, desktops, monitors, hard drives, copiers, racks, shelves, and more in good condition still hold value and can be resold.
Our remarketing process at CompuCycle involves constant security and continuous reporting so that the chain of custody is always firmly established, and your data is protected. Here’s how it works: