How to Swap Surplus I.T. Equipment for Cash When You’re Stretched for Time


You know that old saying, “you get what you give”? Turns out, there’s a hidden meaning in the message for I.T. business professionals, too. The surplus electronics equipment that piles up in storage closets is likely worth something.

Unfortunately, because you’re pulled in all directions and are too time-stretched, equipment ends up accumulating in places it shouldn’t. A common concern among I.T. personnel is that their company’s end-of-life equipment, while no longer needed by the organization, is still worth something whether it be parts and pieces, the equipment as a whole, or simply the scrap metal inside.

It’s true, there’s a good chance that the surplus electronics equipment you have sitting around such as laptops, servers, desktop computers, and even mobile devices can be refurbished, remarketed, or recycled.

Your leftover used electronics have lived a good life, but you can get even more return on your investments with a strategic plan for the afterlife of your equipment. When you give your old electronic assets away for strategic refurbishment, remarketing, or recycling, you get money back in your pockets – and peace of mind, too.

Maximizing Your Investments

Get the most ROI for your outdated equipment like laptops, servers, desktop computers, and mobile devices without making extra work for your team.

Step 1: Take inventory of your assets.

If you don’t know what you have on hand, now is the time to take a count of what’s in house. This documented list will help you not only build your business case for some extra support for removal, but will also ensure that you are fully aware of what’s been hiding away.

Step 2: Be the hero.

Not all superheroes wear capes. Sometimes they come in the form of savvy I.T. directors, managers, or administrators.

Propose a time-saving, money-gaining, ROI-boosting program that will take the extra baggage out of your storage closet and additional work off your plate. You’ll have the opportunity to share detailed reports and sales dollars to your superiors from your surplus of I.T. equipment that was collecting dust – and walk away with a strategic afterlife plan for your future equipment as well. No longer do you have to be unsure whether devices should be refurbished or remarketed, if parts can be recovered or reused, or if equipment is being responsibly recycled.

Your System for Success

Sadoff E-Recycling & Data Destruction’s I.T. Asset Remarketing and Asset Destruction programs do the heavy lifting so you don’t have to. We assess your outdated and current equipment’s age, condition, appearance, and functionality to create the recovery strategy that’s best for you; here’s how.

Asset Analysis
We’ll take a look at your inventory and submit an offer to you. We’ll discuss whether refurbishment, recycling, or remarketing is the best solution for your assets.



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Inventory Collection
We’ll pick up your inventory, or you can drop it off, when it’s convenient for you.




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Data Destruction
We physically destroy all hard drives, so you never have to worry about your company’s data getting into the wrong hands.




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For any equipment that you choose not to redeploy within your business, we remarket and sell to external buyers. This means money back in your pockets for new equipment, staff, or anything else your department may need.



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Receive detailed reports for your remarketed parts that includes: purchased equipment, purchase price, inventory on hand, and more. We’ll track this information for you to help you make good I.T. asset reselling decisions moving forward.


Experience That Impacts Your Bottom Line

Letting your unused, end-of-life I.T. equipment sit can result in significant risks for your company. With over 20 years of experience, we’ll ensure that your company’s precious data is responsibly destroyed, that you’re getting the most ROI for your equipment, and that you’ll have a trusted resource that constantly has your best interests in mind. Take the next step in clearing out your jam-packed storage closets, getting money back, and setting up strategic I.T. equipment plans by contacting us online or calling us at (833) 373-2925.


chad hayes headshotChad Hayes joined Sadoff Iron and Metal in 2015, where he oversees and leads the strategic planning and implementation of I.T. He combines 20 years of I.T and business leadership experience with a passion for data security, making him the perfect choice to establish, build, and lead the Sadoff E-Recycling & Data Destruction Company, a company of Sadoff Iron and Metal.


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