IT Asset Management & IT Asset Disposal – Expert Reverse Logistics Services & Information Assurance Services
ICT Reverse has been practising IT asset management since 2001 and we are now recognised as one of the UK’s leading data disposal companies. We specialise in anything from computers, smartphones and laptops to data tapes, hard drives and all data-bearing devices.
ICT Reverse were originally established as ShP Limited, a mobile phone recycling company, but we now offer a complete asset management service to companies across the UK with some services available in Europe too. We understand how important it is to make sure that all information contained in your IT equipment is safe when you no longer need it, especially since the arrival of the GDPR compliance laws.
What Is IT Asset Management?
IT asset management (ITAM) is the set of business practices that join financial, contractual and inventory functions to support life cycle management and strategic decision making for the IT environment. Assets include all elements of software and hardware that are found in the business environment.
It is an important part of an organisation’s strategy and usually involves gathering detailed hardware and software inventory information. This is then used to make decisions about purchases and redistribution.
There are two types of IT asset management:
- Hardware Asset Management – we will manage the physical components of computers and computer networks. Common business practices include request and approval process, procurement management, life cycle management, redeployment and disposal management.
- Software Asset Management – we will manage your digital components, such as licences, versions and installed endpoints.
Why Is It Important?
IT inventory management helps organisations manage their systems more effectively, so you will save time and money by avoiding unnecessary purchases. Companies that develop and maintain an effective IT asset management program will further minimise the risks and related costs of advancing IT infrastructure projects based on old, incomplete, or less accurate information.
Hassle-Free IT Asset Disposal at ICT Reverse
At ICT Reverse, our goal is to make it as simple as possible. We aim to take away the hassle associated with IT asset management and IT asset disposal, providing our customers with a bespoke recycling solution for the retirement of redundant IT equipment. We offer complete peace of mind in the knowledge that we’re destroying your IT equipment in a secure, safe and eco-friendly way.
Why Choose ICT Reverse as Your IT Asset Disposal Company
When choosing a computer disposal company, it’s important to consider the company’s credentials, accreditations and proven track record, so that you know that your assets are being disposed of lawfully.
At ICT Reverse, our services are not just reliable and safe, but also backed up by the necessary licenses and permits, as well as the latest accreditations in the industry. Our site also has 24-hour manned security.
We offer a wide range of specialised services, including:
- Secure IT collections – we’ll go to you for a safe and convenient collection.
- Audits – we ensure that each asset has an audit trail.
- Cost-effective – our IT asset disposal, as well as our other services, will never break the bank, no matter your budget.
- Data erasure – at ICT Reverse, you can be confident that this process is always done to industry standards and following the relevant legislation.
- Remarketing – this refers to the remarketing of any IT equipment that is not recycled (we’ll do this through our specialised services).
- Mobile phone and tablet repairs.
- Data transfer – we offer data transfer services you can trust.
- Redeployment – an asset will be redeployed only once it’s completely safe.
Contact ICT Reverse and We’ll Take Care of It
Get in touch with a member of our dedicated team of account managers and we will guide you through the process. We will also provide you with the necessary due diligence pack to demonstrate that you fully comply with the latest GDPR legislation and E-waste laws.