Reverse logistics refers to the process of moving goods, services, or equipment parts back up the supply chain for proper disposal. Reverse logistics are often employed to salvage value for, recycle, or dispose of excess technical equipment when a company no longer needs it.
For IT equipment, reverse logistics involves recapturing unneeded hardware from users across the company. Reverse logistics may be required following either a technology refresh update or the elimination of employee positions. Having a reverse logistics process in place can help ensure that your company gets the maximum value for retired IT equipment.
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