We purchase used computers and other used IT equipment in bulk quantities from organizations and offer a variety of computer liquidation services. Buy and sell used computers, surplus computers, and liquidate computers with Salma Systems, your expert used computer liquidators. Companies managing an IT refresh or computer lifecycle replacement can get money for used computers by selling used computers and IT equipment to Salma Systems.
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Sell surplus computers, sell used computers, we pay cash for used computer equipment
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher, Dell Partner
- American Express, Money Orders, PayPal, Financing Available, Personal Checks, Credit Terms Available, Debit Cards, MasterCard, VISA
|City||Fort Lauderdale, FL|
|Address||6601 Lyons Rd, E6|
|Phone Number||(954) 603-8970|
From Our Website
Organizations looking to sell, dispose or recycle their "end of life", surplus, or newer-aged IT equipment or POS systems can partner with Salma Systems to manage the complete sale or disposal process. Our company pays money for newer-aged technology assets including point of sale systems, PC computers, servers, monitors, laptops, networking equipment, and more. When we purchase or when you donate your used technology assets, the ownership transfers into our name, and along with that, the liability and responsibility for environmental compliance will rest solely with us.
The services that we provide assist corporate, government, and non-profit customers in retrieving maximum value from their used IT equipment. More importantly, when we purchase your organizations unwanted assets, the ownership transfers into our company's name, and ensuring compliant disposal of this equipment now becomes our responsibility. For clients looking to most quickly sell their used computer equipment, we offer competitive purchase programs where we will provide a thorough overview of the value your equipment holds to us, and the amount we will offer to purchase it from you.
The problem with storing used computers & computer equipment. First of all, does your company really have the extra cubic feet needed to store old equipment? Will it be behind locked doors? Is there sensitive information on the computers like employee/customer social security numbers, privileged company data or account numbers that would pose a real security problem if stolen? Do you want to take the time to pick through all of the data on your computers to find out? Obviously, storing these machines is not a great solution, but you knew that.