Xperien has launched a programme to help companies replace old computers with new equipment free of charge. As part of this service offering, the firm also assists with data erasure to ensure all data protection processes and regulations are met.
Redundant IT assets can now be used as a ‘trade-in’, allowing companies to reduce their Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). At the same time, they can purchase and finance Certified Refurbished Systems (CRS) that cost up to 75% less than new machines.
Xperien CEO Wale Arewa has urged companies to schedule a year-end asset disposal and data destruction campaign.
“This is a good time to clear storerooms out and start 2019 with a clean slate,” he said.
“Asset disposition presents unique challenges and potential costs that companies seldom consider – it must be done professionally.
“We offer flexibility and peace of mind at the end of your asset lifecycle term. At the end of your asset lifecycle agreement, you have the option to return your assets and finance the new machines via Merchant West.”
Xperien has partnered with independent financial services company Merchant West to provide continuous IT lifecycle solutions, a fresh line of alternative funding to reduce the cost of IT assets. The partnership offers a full end-to-end IT Asset Lifecycle solution from acquisition to financing, management and disposal.