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Synaxon members can now profit from redundant IT equipment

Synaxon UK has formed a partnership with Asset Remarketing, giving members the opportunity to offer their end-user customers a way to dispose of redundant IT equipment and gain financially in the process.

Asset Remarketing will collect old or surplus PCs, laptops, tablets, monitors and other hardware from any location in the UK. Many of these devices will have a residual value that can either be set against the cost of purchasing new equipment or exchanged for an agreed fee.

“Partnering with Asset Remarketing gives our members the opportunity to profit from redundant IT equipment and add more value for their customers. It provides an easy and ethical way for them to get rid of old IT equipment,” said Mike Barron, channel director for Synaxon UK.

“This is yet another service that makes it well worth being a Synaxon member, by enabling resellers to deliver more to customers and increase their profits.”

Synaxon UK member benefits include EGIS, the industry’s leading procurement system for resellers. Through EGIS, resellers have access to up-to-date pricing and availability from all the leading distributors and many specialist suppliers and can place and manage all their products orders through a single portal.

Phil Steven, managing director of Asset Remarketing, added: “Asset Remarketing is pleased to have entered into this partnership with Synaxon UK. For resellers and their customers, the disposal of old IT equipment can be a challenge. We can take that headache away and even come and collect the kit right from their doorstep.”

Asset Remarketing Services works with a wide range of public and private organisations across the UK. It remarkets and recycles thousands of surplus and end-of-life IT products every year. The products are refurbished and having been given it a new lease of life, can be used again. Other material is recycled or disposed of in accordance with government regulations.

From its base on the edge of Manchester, Asset Remarketing Services promises to organise collections from all areas of the UK. The company works closely with customers and partners to achieve the maximum value for items, whilst ensuring environmentally ethical and responsible solutions.

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