KruseCom Announces Purchase of Surplus Memory from an Ivy League University
PALM BEACH, FL-August 31, 2010-KruseCom, LLC, the company that Buys, Sells, and Maintains Enterprise IT, today announced the purchase of surplus memory from an Ivy League University. KruseCom’s Memory Sort & Settle Program enables organizations to recover the value of their used memory. KruseCom’s multiple outbound sales channels enable the company to capture maximum value of the customer’s used assets.
Hank Laws, Vice President of KruseCom, commented, “We were pleased to be contacted by this esteemed university. Having recently implemented a memory upgrade of server memory, this customer found himself with surplus memory that was replaced by the new memory kits. This memory still has strong market value. Too often, surplus memory gets permanently stored in drawers or boxes. By putting this memory into the secondary market, we were able to help this customer recover his capital.”
KruseCom buys and sells memory. KruseCom sells both Name Brand memory and 100% Compatible Generic memory.
KruseCom Buys, Sells, and Maintains Enterprise I.T. KruseCom’s portfolio of products and services is designed to help corporations and government organizations to better manage their Surplus Information Technology Assets. KruseCom customers benefit by reducing their maintenance expenses, building best practices for data security, and assuring regulatory compliance. Addressing the entire range of IT platforms – from mainframes, midrange servers and PCs, to network infrastructure and enterprise storage hardware, the services offered by KruseCom are designed to reduce total cost of ownership for IT assets and maximize the clients’ return on their IT investments.
For enterprise class hardware in data centers, KruseCom offers hardware maintenance services, refurbished whole systems, parts, features, upgrades, and add-ons. Additionally, for desktop IT assets, servers, and SAN products, KruseCom offers a range of end-of-life services that include: automated asset auditing, Department of Defense (DOD) level data destruction, documentation for regulatory compliance, hardware refurbishment, worldwide remarketing, and proper IT asset recycling.
Given the sensitive nature of the company’s client relationships, it does not provide the names of its clients. Additional information about the company is available at www.KruseCom.com.