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2018 Gartner ITAD Market Guide: CentricsIT Among Profiled Vendors

Leading IT research firm Gartner has released its official market guide for IT Asset Disposition companies (ITAD) and profiled CentricsIT as a representative vendor. Gartner releases report titled, “Market Guide for IT Asset Disposition,” authored by analysts Rob Schafer and Christopher Dixon. The report was published on July 26, 2018. You must be a Gartner subscriber to access the full document (Gartner ID: G00355990). CentricsIT has been helping its clients make smarter decisions about their IT delivery for more than a decade. We are well known in the industry for our innovative approach to IT lifecycle management, which prioritizes asset value alongside security and environmental sustainability. When it comes to IT Asset Disposition (ITAD), our goal has always been to help our clients recoup the value of their retired assets [...]

CentricsIT Recognized with 2018 GLOBE Award from GA Governor Nathan Deal

The 2018 GLOBE Awards recognize organizations for entering new international markets in 2018. ATLANTA, March 20 – Georgia Governor Nathan Deal presented CentricsIT with a GLOBE Award (Georgia Launching Opportunities By Exporting) during the 2018 Go Global Reception held on Tuesday, Mar. 20. This award recognized organizations entering one or more international markets in 2018; this is the fourth such GLOBE commendation for CentricsIT. Patrick Keuller, Executive Vice President of Global Services, accepted the award on behalf of CentricsIT. “We’re proud and honored to receive this accolade again in 2018,” said CentricsIT Executive Vice President of Global Services Patrick Keuller. “We want to thank Governor Deal and the Georgia Department of Economic Development for recognizing our contributions to the state’s global trade. Expect even more from CentricsIT as we continue [...]

Ten Years of Turkeys: A CentricsIT Thanksgiving Tradition

This post was contributed by Mandy Glidewell, Director of Marketing It’s a tradition that harkens back to a different time—before you could order a Thanksgiving meal with your phone, or even your watch; when labor unions were more prevalent and American factories and manufacturing plants were cornerstones of the economy; and before benefits were baked into standard compensation plans—a time when an employer-gifted Thanksgiving turkey was commonplace. While 23 percent of employers plan to host a Thanksgiving meal or distribute gifts this year, only 3 percent of employers plan to hand out turkeys to their employees, according to a 2017 survey conducted by the Bureau of National Affairs. Among non-manufacturing businesses, that figure drops to 2 percent. CentricsIT is among that 2 percent. 2017 marks the tenth consecutive year in [...]