Tuesday 17 September 2019

IT recycling firm AMI invests €200k in new service to help facilitate office moves

Louise Kelly

Louise Kelly

AMI has invested in a new service for its customers that it expects will generate more than €1m in revenue over the next two years.

The IT recycling firm has ramped up its equipment disposal offering with a €200,000 upgrade in systems, software and training to help to facilitate office moves.

Engineers from AMI can now provide an end-to-end IT equipment relocation service, from packing to installation. They look after configuration, network connection, imaging and data transfer.

Managing director Philip McMichael said that with more multinationals choosing to locate here, and domestic firms undertaking office refurbs, a growing number of organisations are looking to outsource for convenience and security.

"IT refresh projects and office moves can be challenging for businesses," he said.

"Our new service provides a seamless end-to-end solution where we ensure that old IT equipment is securely disposed and that the new hardware is left fully user-ready. Following our work, all that is left for customers to do is to switch on their new equipment."

Recognising security as a priority for firms, AMI tag and register all devices so that each item is fully trackable throughout the relocation.

AMI was recently named the Medium/Mid-Sized Business of the Year 2018 at the annual Business Eye First Trust Bank Business Awards (BEFTAs) in recognition of the company’s business growth and high standard of client service delivery.

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