Webinar: 10 Surprising Insights On Used IT Equipment

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“10 Surprising Insights On Used IT Equipment” is a panel discussion webinar with IDC and industry leaders to be held 28th of January, 2021.

A recent study from IDC shows that majority of respondents expect to increase used equipment purchases.  

Join this roundtable webinar to understand why organizations are turning to used IT, what to look for when considering a used IT purchase, and get answers to your questions from the expert panel.

You will, for instance, learn:

  • Key benefits of buying used IT equipment
  • Criteria in selecting a used IT equipment provider
  • How used IT is helping accelerate sustainability policies and initiatives

The session moderator is Susan Middleton (Research Director at IDC for over 20 years). The panelists are Craig Aston (COO at Celerity), Tom Bates (President at ChannelWorks), Loke Uei Tan (Director, Product Management at Skytap and our own John Richards (Vice President, Global Asset Recovery Services at IBM).

Register today!

Webinar Details – 10 Surprising Insights On Used IT Equipment:

Host: IBM
Date & time: January 28th, 2020 from 16:00 CET
Location: Digital event – attend from wherever you prefer
Participation fee: Free of charge
Registration and details on panelists: Click here

We hope you will enjoy our webinar featuring subject-matter experts, giving you inspiration and insights that can help you to better understand the advantages of used IT.

If you have any further questions about the event, please do not hesitate to contact me at VIUF@dk.ibm.com

Power Systems Sales Leader GARS Europe

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