(PRWEB) September 10, 2004
Digital Warehouse announced that it is rolling out its Network Technology Asset Management Services to its corporate customers with the goal improving productivity and reducing costs associated with procuring, installing, maintaining and serving network infrastructure equipment.
Developed by the highly experienced executive management of Digital Warehouse specifically for corporate, government and educational end-users, this program will provide Digital Warehouse customers with the critical network services which go well beyond the traditional purchasing of network hardware.
"Our outsourced Asset Management Program which consists of Asset Recovery, Trade-in, Redeployment, Equipment Exchange, Open Market Sourcing, Hardware Procurement, Logistics and Refurbishment, A+ Certified-As-New Refurbished Equipment and Sourcing Hard-To-Find Equipment is designed to provide our customers with broad range of value-added services which reduce costs and improve network operationsÂ, said David Seelenfreund, US Sales Manager.
Digital Warehouse (http://www.digitalwarehouse.com) was founded in 1994 with a single mission of providing an alternative to new Cisco products to cost conscious corporate customers with a fixed budget. Since then, Digital Warehouse has grown from a small company with a handful of employees to an internationally recognized company with sizable number of employees and impressive annual revenue growth.
"Our outstanding reputation and impeccable integrity in the marketplace for the past decade has been achieved by our strong relations with our key major suppliers, highest quality refurbished products, our loyal customers, and excellence in executing our day-to-day responsibilities." said David Seelenfreund, US Sales Manager.
Digital Warehouse's EXCLUSIVE LINE of A+ Certified-AS-NEW (tm) refurbished products meets or exceeds original manufacturerÂs specifications for comparable new products.
Headquartered in New York City, Digital Warehouse is currently expanding its operations into Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific.
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