Ingram Micro U.K. & Ireland has announced a new partnership with T1A (Tier1 Asset), which will launch an entire new category at Ingram Micro that was not previously available; Refurbished Computers. Ingram Micro are also the first distributor in the UK to offer refurbished computers to resellers.
T1A has more than 20 years’ experience in the channel. They carry a strict grading policy, and are Blancco Certified Gold Partner and Microsoft authorized refurbisher. Prior to any sales their products go through a rigorous 20-step testing process to make sure that their customers receive 100% fully functioning products with zero to minimal signs of usage. They also offer certified data erasure using Blancco on site and at their facilities.
Mike Farrah – Senior Director of Sales and Vendor Management at Ingram Micro commented: “We are excited to be partnering with T1A to help address our customers requirement for affordable, high quality devices. This is a complimentary addition to our portfolio of vendors and products which allows us to address demand from both our reseller partners and end-users.”
What do Ingram Micro resellers receive?
– Stress Free Computing: 24-Month Warranty as Standard
– Full confidence: 30-Days Trial Period
– Top Quality: All Computers go through a rigorous 20-step process and are recycled to the highest standard
– Current technology for a fraction of the price compared to new
Lars Røhmann – Sales Director for T1A commented: “As a leading European refurbisher, we are proud to announce our new partnership with the world’s largest IT Distributor, Ingram Micro. By entering this category, Ingram Micro are sending a clear signal to the industry that they will take an active part in distributing upcycled products. As a leading Circular Economy company in Europe, our goal is to reduce the environmental impact on a global level and give our partners and end-users the opportunity to choose an environmentally friendly solution by buying refurbished top quality IT products. The partnership with Ingram Micro will give us a step in the right direction and seriously contribute to reduce the UK’s environmental IT waste. We are very much looking forward to working closely with Ingram Micro on promoting and distributing top refurbished quality desktops and laptops.”
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