We’re excited to announce a new direction with the launch of our new company name: TechReset. This new customer-facing brand of OEM Corporation embodies the potential to reset the life and value of older tech equipment.
For close to two decades, OEM Corporation has helped global companies exchange and upgrade IT systems – all with the expertise and legal certification to direct this sensitive procedure. The company successfully manages and delivers sustainable end-of-life IT services.
“TechReset takes on a complex process and makes it easy – and often profitable – for organizations to transfer IT systems without the complication of haphazardly sharing personal and business information,” says Jack McSorley, CEO of TechReset, a division of OEM Corporation. “Simply recycling equipment isn’t enough anymore. We fiercely believe that the proper solution to IT disposal is not merely to recycle your older equipment, but to repurpose it in a smart, safe manner.”
Repurposing is a secure and sustainable process that enables landfill diversion and extends the life of IT equipment beyond its first use.
“We’re still the same dedicated, experienced company with the same management team,” said Mark Scott, TechReset Partner and Chief Technology Officer. “Our leadership is devoted to maintaining established operations and exceptional service.”
TechReset, a division of OEM Corporation, is a Canadian company with more than 17 years of experience providing secure and sustainable end-of-life IT management services. The company operates on the principle that the proper solution to IT disposal is to repurpose older equipment in a secure and sustainable process that redirects landfill diversion and extends the life of IT equipment beyond its first use. TechReset is R2 licensed, ISO 14001 environmental certified, ISO 9001 management systems certified, OHSAS 18001, is a partner of the Ontario Electronic Stewardship and follows the Basel Global Convention protocols. Some clients include AGF, Maple Leaf Foods, Ryerson University, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Moneris, CB Richard Ellis, Zayo, Sheridan College and Rexall. For more information, visit http://www.techreset.com/ or Linkedin