As technology innovations continue to shorten the replacement cycle of commercial grade equipment, the importance of ensuring proper disposal or reuse of existing equipment becomes even more apparent"
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
Many companies are starting 2013 with a renewed interest in not only enhanced corporate sustainability, but also establishing clear reporting on their efforts to develop net positive plans. With these concerns in mind, IT Asset Lifecycle Management companies like MPC of Minneapolis, MN are enhancing their services to help these organizations find success in developing and measuring environmentally friendly practices.
“As technology innovations continue to shorten the replacement cycle of commercial grade equipment, the importance of ensuring proper disposal or reuse of existing equipment becomes even more apparent,” says Gregg Bjork, Sr. Vice President of MPC. “Our enhanced asset lifecycle management services enable companies to benefit from newer, more efficient technology without being bogged down with additional operational concerns over what to do with the existing materials.”
Services from MPC such as asset installation and asset deinstallation enable companies to quickly configure or replace equipment within their workplace. Secure data sanitization and data destruction standards observed by MPC’s technical teams ensure that information is kept out of the wrong hands. In many cases, technology refurbishing and IT asset redeployment options allow companies to solve issues with existing equipment benefitting from upgrades to individual parts like hard drives or data processing cores.
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MPC is an innovative IT Asset Lifecycle Management (ITLM) business, setting the standard for secure and certified services that ensure customers maximize the value they receive from technology throughout the entire lifecycle, from acquisition to disposition. Founded in 1983, MPC proudly holds R2, e-Stewards, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and NAID certifications. For more information, visit http://www.mpc-e.com.