Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS) Debuts New Mobile-Friendly Website
New site Improves digital functionality for users
October 23, 2018
SRS helps clients around the world responsibly recycle and manage the disposition of IT and electronic equipment. Website updates considered global services as well as content supporting regional services in the Americas, APAC and EMEA. Enhancements made have improved functionality and provide mobile device users with a better visual experience.
“As a large global electronics recycling and ITAD company we have a responsibility to help educate IT leaders on responsible and secure disposition of IT and electronic equipment,” stated Sean Magann, global vice president of sales and marketing for Sims Recycling Solutions. “SRS is experienced and large enough to implement best practices from around the world and we will continuously innovate to create and offer a better experience for our clients.”
Updated website resources include templates, insights, diagrams, videos, infographics and all current SRS certifications. The new site can be viewed at www.simslifecycle.com.
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About Sims Lifecycle Services
Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS) provides solutions to extend the life of data center and corporate technology devices and recognizes the value in end-of-life IT hardware. The company supports Cloud Service Providers and enterprises with the navigation of ongoing technology shifts. SLS’ secure and responsible management of decommissioning and dispositioning IT assets recovers value via reuse, redeployment, recycling and precious metal recovery.
IT asset disposition (ITAD) and electronics recycling services offered at SLS support the evolution of the technology industry movement toward circularity. SLS clients benefit from data security, maximum IT value recovery, global compliance and sustainable IT use. As a responsible corporate citizen, and in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we continuously seek new ways to contribute to the circular economy. For more information, visit www.simslifecycle.com.