Corporate Social Responsibility
Help your company become a little more “green”.
When talking about "refurbished" mobile terminals, we must understand the term, "eco-recycling". This involves extending the life of electronic hardware (smartphones, tablets, barcode scanners etc.) by repairing, reusing and reselling it. This process is carried out by experts in the field.
Simply put, all refurbished mobile equipment is tested, repaired, certified and then resold at 30 to 50% less than new equipment. All this with a warranty of between 3 months and one year.
A refurbished product must be clearly differentiated from a used product
A used product is immediately put back on sale without any modifications. Refurbished equipment, on the other hand, is given a second life offering better value to the "second hand” market.
Our refurbishment process means we extend the life of electronic hardware to facilitate usage over a longer period of time and, therefore reducing WEEE (waste of electrical and electronic equipment).
CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) is an initiative by which companies integrate social and environmental concerns, both in their business activities and in their interactions with their stakeholders. In this way, professionals achieve the perfect balance from an economic, environmental and social point of view. All good!
In terms of environmental performance, companies must be able to focus on all actions that have a positive impact on the environment and act in accordance with society's expectations through CSR.
- Environmental management
- Responsible procurement
- Stakeholder engagement
- Labour standards and working conditions
- Employee and community relations
- Social equity
- Gender balance
- Human rights
- Good governance and anti-corruption measures.
A CSR approach can bring a variety of competitive advantages such as, better access to capital and markets, higher sales and profits, operational costs savings, greater productivity, better brand image with complete control over reputation, improved customer loyalty, better decision making and risk management processes, and more.
As we know, companies' social and environmental commitments are becoming increasingly important, so why not start investing in them today?