HACKENSACK, N.J., April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Small businesses are facing the challenge to keep up with rapidly changing IT infrastructure needs. How best to stay at a state-of-the-art level without demolishing the bottom line? In a recent interview, Humza Muhhamad, Director of Sales at UniMaven Inc., talks about the value proposition of using refurbished devices.
Save money and save the planet. -- As companies continue to find ways to improve profitability, they have found purchasing refurbished, rather than new electronic devices, can be a very effective cost savings measure. Additionally, manufacturers are under greater pressure to decrease their environmental impact. To achieve these they are improving their recycling and refurbishing processes, leading to wider availability of refurbished devices.
Watch out for low quality refurbished goods. — Not all refurbished devices are created equal. It's important to find out what warranty is included with your refurbished device. Additionally, it's always smart to request a sample before making a large purchase.
Where can my company purchase refurbished equipment? – Many of the large corporate IT suppliers, while beginning to broaden their offerings on refurbished equipment, are quite new to the refurbished market. These resellers include PC Mall, CDW, and Best Buy for Business. It may be beneficial for your company to work with a local provider experienced in selling, deploying, and servicing refurbished equipment, such as UniMaven Inc.
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Since its founding in 2011, UniMaven Inc. has been providing solutions for IT overstock, end of life and refurbished inventory, tailoring solutions to fit clients' unique and specific requirements. Based in Hackensack, NJ, UniMaven has built a reputation providing unrivaled levels of customer service for clients like Walmart, Staples, Overstock and Groupon.
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SOURCE UniMaven Inc.