Problem: A large, North American Technology Company consolidated five regional data centers down to two primary locations. The Company did not have the resources necessary to inventory the equipment and needed all of the excess technology and related equipment removed from the premises of each facility before the expiration of its lease. The Company’s primary concerns included:
Solution: Liquid Technology proposed a customized IT asset management plan that included a fast and fair equipment evaluation and resale plan, including complete logistical management and asset recovery brokerage negotiations. An organized de-installation schedule would be customized to meet the Company’s needs and all recorded data would be wiped in accordance with DOD 5220.22M standards to prevent risk to the Company and their customers. All re-sellable assets would be sold by Liquid Technology and under a specified profit sharing plan a percentage of the monies returned to Client. For assets that were not deemed re-saleable, environmentally responsible disposition would be provided.
Results: Liquid Technology’s Assessment Specialists conducted a thorough inventory and evaluation of the equipment at each location while managing the complete removal of the assets from the properties. Turning to its large directory of reputable buyers, Liquid Technology was able to broker the equipment that resulted in a very successful 25% return for the Company. Every logistical aspect of the data center relocation services including de-installation, data destruction and sell-off of the excess equipment was handled by Liquid Technology’s professionals, thereby allowing the Company to focus on the operations of its two primary locations. Any remaining end-of-life equipment was disposed of according to Liquid Technology’s strict No Landfill Policy and the EPA’s guidelines for responsible technology disposal.
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