Xperien (Pty) Ltd is a leading South African IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) company.
Xperien (Pty) Ltd is a leading South African IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) company. We are a passionate team of professionals who care about our planet, its people and its resources. From humble beginnings 21 years ago as a used computer dealer, we strive to make our contribution by redefining the way corporations use IT hardware. We provide our clients with secure ITAD services and have obtained ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 accreditations specifically for ITAD.
Our value proposition is to protect our clients’ personal information and intellectual property that resides on their computers during technology changes and at “end-of-service”.
We manage our client’s enterprise and desktop infrastructure in a sustainable manner - across the globe. Logistical solutions are tailored to cater for our clients’ geographical spread and to negate the ever-present risk of hard-drive theft from dispositioned computers.
Xperien provides cost-effective solutions to combat the challenges associated with data loss and to mitigate reputational risk. Our compliance meets the NIST 800-88, DoD 5220.22-M and CEGS criteria, particularly in terms of data-destruction processes, while adherence to the Protection of Personal Information Act of 2013 (POPIA) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is core to our business.
We have ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 accreditations specifically for ITAD and provide our clients with secure ITAD services.
Redefining sustainability by ensuring that the lifespan and functionality of IT equipment are optimised for effective service - many years beyond its original intention - before being considered for recycling. This ensures our planet’s resource is not squandered by consumerism and apathetic use
Through our IT Asset Disposal (ITAD) services we enable organisations to achieve maximum return on investment. To utilise their IT infrastructure in a sustainable manner, ensuring that IT hardware (that is retired from current use) is sanitised, refurbished and redeployed into the circular economy - in line with aligning with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.