We live in a world of specialists. With organic farming specialists, yoga specialists and even dog housebreaking specialists; having a niche seems to be the latest trend.
So it’s not surprising that in the IT and memory liquidation industry, there are people who specialize in finding and evaluating the worth of used computer memory. They are called memory liquidators. Memory liquidators are a valuable resource when you’re ready to sell memory due to an upgrade, merger or company-wide cleanout of IT assets.
Looking to sell memory? Experience and knowledge can create a higher ROI
A talented veteran memory liquidator can bring you top dollar for used memory that others may see only as scrap. They will also make sure your equipment is accurately and carefully identified for best value, tested, sorted and remarketed or disposed of properly. Here’s how it works.
Companies and organizations send memory liquidators their old memory. We’ve received boxes of memory as well as the desktops, laptops and servers that house them.
The memory liquidator is often looking for premium memory amounts or size “sweet spots” that hold the most value. Desk and laptops with 1 gig of memory and up are sought after on the resale market. Servers with 2 gigs and then 4 gigs and above are also in demand with buyers. And as with anything, when there is high demand, high prices follow.
Choose your memory liquidator carefully before you sell memory
Make sure you find a reputable memory liquidation partner before selling your memory. If you don’t know the value of your equipment, two things can happen. You may be taken for a ride. Or an inexperienced memory liquidator won’t see the value in your components. When the worth of this memory is not determined you both miss out on a significant opportunity.
At SMS, our memory liquidators will identify, test, sort, clean and remarket your memory. They do the work, you profit from their knowledge and everyone wins.