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When replacing legacy retail systems with newer technologies you must have a strong IT asset management and data security program in place to manage the disposition of old equipment. Traditional and ecommerce retailers look to Sims Recycling Solutions for guidance on managing complete data security and corporate compliance processes that comply with the latest legislation regarding secure processing of confidential customer information. This affects credit card processing, customer information maintained in internal databases and other confidential data. Services offered to retailers by Sims include IT asset reclamation, decommissioning, and destruction of credit card readers, point-of-sale systems and high-performance servers. We offer an unbroken chain of custody, complete destruction of data, in-house expertise, and process accountability that will reduce the risk of data breaches.

Industries Served

  • E-commerce companies
  • Retailers
  • Non-store Retailers
  • Merchant Banks

Sims provides:

on site destructionOn-site data destruction at client location

global solutionLocal, regional, national and global IT asset recovery and IT asset disposition partners

recyclingComplete refurbishment, redeployment, remarketing and recycling services for IT assets

scrapResponsible recycling of obsolete electronics

decommissionDecommissioning of data centers and other technology assets

Lease buyback program to maximize your ROI on returned leased assets

online portalOnline portal for real time asset tracking, reporting and certificates of destruction

Common Equipment and IT Assets Processed by Sims

Did You Know?

  • 85% of point-of-sale (POS) intrusions took weeks to be discovered. Source

  • More than 61 million records were stolen from retailers in 2014. Source

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