ITRenew Total Return
You don’t settle for average results, and neither do we.
Measure data center decommissioning performance, not just conformance.
Our IT asset disposition approach isn’t standard, and neither is the way we measure success. Total Return is ITRenew’s proprietary performance-based methodology that allows you to computationally assess your data center decommissioning and data security results based on actual value gained or lost.
While others were, and still are, focused on checking things off their SLAs, we believe that ITAD success is more than that.
No risk assessment.
We’re so confident we deliver the greatest Total Return for data center decommissioning that we guarantee it. Contact Us to receive a free appraisal using the proprietary ITRenew Total Return calculator.
Total Return challenges the status quo and the conventional ways of looking at ITAD performance. Going beyond basic SLAs to determine whether your data center decommissioning program is actually delivering value.
|Is my data secure?||But at what cost?|
|Am I getting fair market value?||And how much of my IT equipment was actually sold?|
|What are my service costs?||Also, my opportunity costs in terms of time, labor, floor space, and budget allocation?|
What is ITRenew Total Return?
Total Return puts a methodology to measuring the ways that we are changing the entire value equation in data center decommissioning. It’s about…
- Achieving never-before-realized levels of reusable yield and net returns
- Generating far greater remarketing revenue from your decommissioned data center IT assets
- Drastically improving data security and IT sustainability
- Saving time, budget and labor – while preserving precious data center uptime
By pioneering a new way—a more holistic way—to optimize and measure your data center ITAD performance, we’ve turned a necessary expense into a positive investment.
Read our case study to see how we helped one customer achieve a $14+ million Total Return annual savings ❯❯
5 Key Impacts to Total Return
Learn what contributes to and detracts from Total Return in our blog series: How to Improve Your Total Return from Data Center Decommissioning.