Protech and JRA today announced a strategic partnership to simplify PC Refresh projects and the associated PC disposal process. Protech deliver IT Asset Disposal and Data Destruction and are the only company in the North East who have achieved the globally recognised ADISA accreditation. JRA have developed solutions that support PC Refreshes and have deployed more than 37,000 PC refreshes in over 20 countries with organisations like Nissan and BAE.
Ian Murphy, Head of Operations at Protech, said
“Protech believes in innovation, value add and providing the customer with the right service. By working in partnership with JRA we’re able to provide the final piece of the solution when carrying out a PC refresh. This is done in a secure, accredited and compliant way which often sees revenue generated through the disposal of assets.”
Andy Bex, Operations Director of JRA, said
“PC Refresh projects are complex and difficult; JRA’s aim is to support our customers with the right tools, processes and people. Protech are a highly regarded and professional organisation, adding them to our service catalogue has further enhanced our solution.”
The direct connection between JRA’s and Protech’s services, allows companies to quickly and securely optimise the disposal of their redundant IT assets. Deploying this end to end solution delivers such significant cost avoidance that the whole engagement could be cost neutral.
Thinking about starting a PC Refresh or moving to Windows 10 but don’t know where to start? Projects running late or over budget? Need advice on disposal and compliance?
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