Upgrade, Recycle, Profit_ Unlock the Value of Your Used IT Equipment

If you’re like most organizations, you’re always evaluating and upgrading your technology. And that’s a good thing! It keeps your business on the cutting edge of innovation. But what happens to all those old computers and other IT equipment that are no longer in use? Often, they end up in landfills or other places where they can do some serious damage for generations to come. Wouldn’t it be better if we took advantage of our used IT equipment instead? Well, guess what: We can! There are many ways to unlock the value of your used equipment — from selling it at an auction, to reselling it at retail prices through an ITAD company, or even recycling it into new products. In this blog post, I’ll explain why each option is worth considering when upgrading or replacing your technology assets.

The Value of Used IT Equipment

If you’re thinking about upgrading your company’s IT equipment, it’s important to consider the value of used IT equipment. Your old devices can be reused by other companies or individuals and recycled for parts, which means there are multiple ways to unlock their value.

Used IT equipment can also be sold at an auction, or even directly to an ITAD (IT Asset Disposition) company that specializes in buying used computer systems. If you choose this option, make sure any data on your computers has been securely erased before they leave your office, otherwise they might end up being repurposed by someone who could use them maliciously!

Selling Your Used IT Equipment at an Auction

Auctions are a great way to sell your used IT equipment. If you’ve got a lot of equipment that needs to go, an auction can be the fastest way to do it. And if you’re looking for more money than what a regular sale would bring, an auction is also a good option because there’s more competition between buyers at auctions than in other sales channels.

Auctioning off your used IT equipment may seem like an intimidating or risky proposition, but it doesn’t have to be!

In an auction, you list your used IT equipment for sale and then set a starting bid price. The highest bidder wins the item when bidding closes (usually 24 hours later). You can also set a reserve price, or minimum acceptable price, that must be met before anyone can buy your equipment.

Cross-Sell New and Used IT Equipment Inventory

Cross-selling is a sales technique that involves selling two or more different products or services to the same customer. The goal of cross-selling is to increase sales of both items, which means you’ll be making more money from each customer. Cross-selling can be done in person, over the phone or online.

In addition to increasing revenue per sale and improving your bottom line, cross-selling has another benefit: it helps reduce the churn rate (the percentage of customers who leave) by making sure they’re satisfied with their experience with your company.

Sell Used IT Equipment to an ITAD Company

If you’re looking to sell your used IT equipment, but don’t want to take the time or risk of selling it yourself, an ITAD company is a great option. They buy used IT equipment and resell it as refurbished or new products. This can be done through online auctions or by partnering with third party retailers like Amazon and Neweg.

Some ITAD companies also refurbish the old hardware before reselling it–this can be helpful if your product has been damaged or has missing parts that need replacing before sale. And some even recycle the entire unit so that all usable components are reused instead of ending up in landfills!

As a business owner, you may want to sell used IT equipment to an ITAD company for any number of reasons. You might be upgrading your technology and need to get rid of old hardware. Or maybe you’re downsizing and need to free up space in your office by getting rid of extra servers or laptops. Whatever the case, selling used computers can be a great option if you’re looking for ways to make money fast!

Buy, Sell, Recycle – It’s All Good!

You can choose to buy, sell or recycle your used IT equipment. Each option has its own advantages. If you choose to buy used equipment, you will save money on your purchase and reduce the impact on the environment by avoiding the production of new products.

If you choose to sell your used IT equipment instead of recycling it yourself (or sending it off for recycling), then there are many options available for making money from these assets that might otherwise go unused or unsold in today’s fast-paced world of technology upgrades and obsolescence cycles.

Finally, if all else fails, if no one wants to buy it from you or pay for its disposal as scrap metal, then at least consider recycling what remains as an environmentally friendly alternative!

Make Value of Your Used IT Equipment

When you upgrade or replace your IT equipment, don’t forget about your used equipment. You can turn it into cash and other valuable benefits.

When you’re ready to upgrade or replace your IT equipment, there are many options available:

  • Sell the old gear directly to an ITAD company (IT Asset Disposition)
  • Sell the old gear at auction through a third-party buyer
  • Sell the old gear within your own company by selling it directly to another department that needs similar technology (a common practice is selling servers to departments in need of storage space)
  • Transfer ownership of assets to a partner who needs them for their own business purposes – this option also allows them access to parts they may not otherwise be able to buy separately because of licensing restrictions


You’ve worked hard to build your IT infrastructure, and now it’s time to reap the benefits. By selling your used equipment at an auction or through an ITAD company, you can turn it into cash that can be used for other purposes. You can also use this money to upgrade or replace your equipment with new technology that will keep up with changing times while still saving money in the long run.