Newton, MA, March 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- LifeSpan Technology Recycling today announced the opening of a new division for lease returns – LifeSpan Technology Asset Management (“LTAM”). The new division offers leasing companies and other organizations the flexibility of handling large quantities of equipment with customized programs, including line item audits and asset disposition. LTAM will incorporate lease returns and asset management for municipal, higher education, health care and not-for-profit companies. Asset remarketing services include selling of PC’s and laptops, servers, networking and enterprise solutions, high-volume printing and more. Asset evaluations are performed by tenured product managers in each asset class. The LTAM division will be based in a 35,000 square foot state-of-the-art processing facility located in Tampa, FL.
LifeSpan also announced today that it will be conducting guided tours of its new LTAM facility for registered attendees of the upcoming Equipment Management Conference being held by the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (“ELFA”). The conference is scheduled to take place in St. Petersburg, FL April 3-5.
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About LifeSpan Technology Recycling:
Founded in 2002, LifeSpan Technology Recycling (http://www.lifespanrecycling.com) is a managed services company that provides electronic asset retirement services to corporations, municipalities, and not-for profit organizations nationwide. LifeSpan offers companies and organizations the flexibility of handling large quantities of equipment with a customized program. We also manage a full range of end-of-life information security issues for our clients. LifeSpan works exclusively with EPA-registered and regulation-compliant partners to maintain the highest standards of environmental protection and ethical business practices.
About the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association:
The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (“ELFA”) is the trade association representing financial services companies and manufacturers in the $521 billion U.S. equipment finance sector. ELFA members are the driving force behind the growth in the commercial equipment finance market and contribute to capital formation in the U.S. and abroad.