Our client needed to consolidate 13 buildings to one central Campus. The company needed to decommission, pack and relocate IT assets (PCs, laptops, docking stations, cables, cords, AC adapters, monitors, and printers) to reuse and dispose of end-of-life assets. The company did not have the human resources to do it themselves within the permissible timeline. The client also wanted a single point of contact to handle everything at a competitive price.
CompuCycle provided a simple and stress-free service to decommission all assets from each of the 13 buildings, inventory all assets, pack assets for relocation, and ship assets to designated offices.
All assets identified for disposal were inventoried at the time of collection, validated against the company’s inventory list, packed and shipped to CompuCycle’s processing facility. We provided our client with Job Safety Assessments for each building site.
Hard drives were sanitized using a Department of Defense compliant software. Failed hard drives were physically shredded. A hard drive audit report identifying the hard drive serial number, model number, size, manufacturer, and a serial number of the parent machine was provided to the client. Also, we provided an inventory report (make, model, model number, serial number, and asset tag number), a Certificate of Recycling (listing total weight received), a Certificate of Hard Drive Sanitization (listing number of drives sanitized), and Certificate of Hard Drive Destruction (listing number of hard drives shredded).
CompuCycle provided a comprehensive, stress-free solution to decommission, inventory, relocate, and recycle all IT assets. Our client did not have any concerns, and we made our client’s life easier. One account manager managed the service in a professional and timely manner.
The project was completed ahead of schedule, saving our client 33% of the quoted cost. The rebates for products 5 years old and younger offset our client’s local collection, inventorying, and processing costs.
The only costs our client incurred were onsite packing and logistics charges.