Exertis is partnering with sustainable technology lifecycle solutions provider, TES.
Exertis is placing a greater emphasis on sustainability, and the company’s partnership with TES is just one of the ways in which it will boost its corporate responsibility and sustainability in 2021.
TES is on mission to securely, safely and sustainably transform and re-purpose 1 billion kgs of assets by 2030. Steve Graham, VP / GM EMEA at TES, said: “TES is delighted to be selected as the approved partner in the UK for Exertis to support the independent reseller programme for all ITAD, Recycling and related services. Recently recognised as the largest global ITAD provider by Gartner, TES is well positioned to support the reseller programme, end-to-end.”
“Security, sustainability and services are at the heart of everything we do,” Graham continued. “This collaboration programme will provide Exertis, its resellers, and ultimately the end-user with the confidence that legacy and obsolete equipment from Enterprise, Computing or Mobility categories are processed and managed to the industry’s strictest controls, ensuring that maximum security and protection of the environment is guaranteed.”
The organisation uses certified erasure software Blancco and certified engineers to erase media on PCs, laptops, mobile devices, loose drives, servers or storage systems. Its data sanitisation is performed to the new NIST 800-88 R1 standard, which is recognised by governments, OEMs and global 2000 companies.
Angelo Apa, Global Head of Enterprise Vendor Management at Exertis, said: “We are truly excited to be partnering with TES, given both the importance of safe and thoughtful recycling of IT hardware and the supporting of our resellers in expanding their ability to offer more services to their end users which offer value in both monetary and sustainability terms.”
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