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HP Asset Recovery Services
A clear line of sight through your lifecycle
IT retirement marks a critical point when companies can refresh data centers and complete the lifecycle of outdated assets. Even the savviest firms can become burdened by multiple business processes, a growing list of regulations, and outsourced asset recovery management that’s less than transparent. Any combination of these factors makes it very difficult to maintain a comprehensive IT portfolio or comply with regulatory requirements.1
Companies must adhere to 160+ pieces of legislation for environmentally responsible IT removal and recycling. Each company must also follow its own set of best practices.
Is your asset recovery airtight?
In today’s competitive marketplace, every enterprise needs a trusted partner that knows their standards. Once you embark on an asset recovery path, you and your vendor partner must tightly manage logistics. Successful IT retirement comes with tight management and transparent tracking.
Empower your business with a clear end-of-life journey
With a programmatic approach to asset recovery, you can stay in control of your IT lifecycle and your organization’s reputation. HP Financial Services will help you develop an enterprise-wide plan so you can track each asset from packing and shipping to processing and recycling.
HP asset recovery programs help you improve:
- Governance of business processes—align your internal best practices with data security and environmental standards for safe, responsible IT removal and recycling
- Global scope and capabilities—consistent support and processes for your business around the world
- Brand credibility—a trusted ARS partner with a vested interest in maintaining your high standards and brand name
- Revenue through monetizing existing owned assets—remarket your unneeded equipment for money back; our experts can help you maximize resale value
Call on a trusted partner to help you stay in control of your IT assets.
Stay in control: Simplify Enterprise IT Asset Recovery
1 Updated Q4 2011: Cover Your Assets; Use IT Asset Life-Cycle Management To Control IT Costs, 2011