Value in ITAD recovery and ewaste recycling is based upon 6 critical factors that, when present, create the maximum value return for end-of-life IT assets and ewaste disposal. Your ROI on IT disposal goes beyond just dollars; financial return is just one of the outcomes that your organization needs to maximize in asset value recovery.
There are six key must-haves that your organization should consider when assessing the value return of your IT assets. Among these six domains are also risk factors that present significant downside risks that far exceed the short-term financial return of value. It is important to weigh both positives and negatives in vendor evaluation to achieve a maximum safe return of value.
Value in ITAD and ewaste is the combination of reduced risks, a heightened leadership profile along with financial return. Viewing this process solely based on financial considerations can fail to result in the maximum return of value.
For each must-have domain on the checklist, you can review the potential value versus the risks. Tips are provided to identify ways to maximize IT asset value return.
Use this checklist to ensure that you are receiving maximum value in the ITAD and ewaste process.
Limit the number of individuals handling data-bearing devices and sensitive materials.
Confirm that all individual names, identification numbers, and dates are listed on the chain-of-custody manifest documents.
The convenience and timeliness of services offer an important value to avoid wasted staff time, and the availability of on-site services can provide additional time savings as well as quality assurance.
If you or your organization wants to make your IT assets valuable again, get a quote from Greentec on how to get value return on IT assets.