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Earn by selling your
used IT equipment

Do you have old, unused or obsolete
IT equipment? We can purchase either
the whole hardware or some parts of it.

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The circular economy promises substantial savings in material costs and improvements in GDP by helping us move from 'take, make, dispose' to 'take, make, reuse'.

We look at the potential offered by the circular economy and how sustainable thinking can be integrated into the technology life cycle.

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Circular Economy

We are specialists in #circulareconomy, helping businesses and governments to use IT effectively. - Contact us to help you make more use of IT!

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"2015 was a year in which we made major steps in the transformation of 3 Step IT. I would like to express my gratitude to our customers and business partners for their confidence in us and for the long-term partnerships that we have established." - Carmen Ene, CEO

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By using 3 Step IT services, your company can manage mobility in a proactive yet controlled way: our services help you document processes and combine real device usage data with lease data. You can also take advantage of an automated on-line inventory and of detailed reports when erasing data.

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This how-to guide will help you carry out an effective comparison that uncovers the real costs and benefits of each IT leasing offer. Download your own copy of our white paper “The secret to evaluating IT leasing offerings”.

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Paying for IT investments outright can cause organisations to keep equipment for longer than the life of their optimal performance, as there is often no set date for a refresh.

Optimal Refresh Rate

Desktops 48 months
Laptops 36 months
Tablets 24 months

Keeping equipment for a longer period may seem like a good idea but the hidden operational costs of extended warranty and support can be extremely high, and there can be other costs in lost productivity too.

Cash purchases, for example, will mean that you will probably have to use a significant amount of your organisation’s working capital to support a long-term investment in IT infrastructure. This reduces the amount of working capital available for day-to-day use.