CompuCycle, a Houston-based provider of end-of-life information technology (IT) asset management services, has expanded its focus to work with local, national and global corporations for electronics services management.
The company says the purpose of this new approach is to fully manage IT assets for these organizations so that IT staff can devote their efforts to creating more efficient and streamlined internal processes, thus generating further revenue for businesses.
“CompuCycle will continue to uphold high standards across all aspects of our business as we develop programs and services designed to cater to the needs of our clients.”
As part of its new electronic services management, CompuCycle says it will offer the following services: IT asset inventory and deployment, on-site inventory and validation, on-site hard drive inventory and shredding, on-site mobile device inventory and data erasure, data center decommissioning, IT asset decommissioning and reinstallation, IT asset storage, lease return management and other services.
“CompuCycle was founded out of the need for secure, electronics recycling solutions,” says Kelly Hess, CEO of CompuCycle. “We remain committed to our mission of destroying our clients’ confidential data and ensuring customers’ product are managed and controlled professionally throughout the entire process, which is why we’ve decided to expand our services offering. This comprehensive approach of recycling and electronic services means IT departments can function more proficiently and businesses can become more profitable.”
Clive Hess, executive vice president of CompuCycle, adds, “CompuCycle will continue to uphold high standards across all aspects of our business as we develop programs and services designed to cater to the needs of our clients.”
In business for 21 years, CompuCycle has earned various certifications, including becoming Houston’s first R2 (Responsible Recycling Practices) certified business in 2011. CompuCycle also received its ISO 14001:2004 accreditation for environmental compliance and was recognized for its dedication to occupational health and safety management, receiving a OHSAS 18001:2007 certification in 2014.
CompuCycle is an active member of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, and served on the board of the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR), whose mission is to increase overall recycling rates throughout the state.
CompuCycle, a woman-owned business, focuses on refurbishing equipment for resale, reuse of components and environmentally responsible electronic recycling solutions for businesses.