We help schools save money by repurposing their old equipment ahead of investing in newer technology. This return on their investment helps with the modernization of their classrooms and lets the school stay focused on the education of their students.
Our process starts with IT asset disposition (ITAD). We help you determine what computer equipment you have and what you need. When we repurpose or recycle older machines, we return a portion of the proceeds to you.
Rather than investing in new technology that becomes outdated as soon as you buy it, I.T. Supply Solutions offers a cheaper alternative. We offer refurbished computer equipment at wholesale. You purchase collections of machines rather than individual pieces. If you’re on a tight budget or have a specific amount of grant money to spend, your money goes farther with refurbished equipment.
I.T. Supply Solutions can remove your old computer equipment and replace it with refurbished or renewed desktops, laptops, tablets, networking hubs, and servers. Our experienced team works quickly and efficiently, so we can complete your IT upgrade during winter or summer breaks when school isn’t in session. This process minimizes disruptions while maximizing your budget.
Classroom technology becomes outdated every two years as computers and systems become more advanced. I.T. Supply Solutions can help you provide newer technology for your students without exceeding your budget. Contact us today for more information.
Sponsored by the Independence Police Department & I.T. Supply Solutions
Items collected include desktops, laptops, phones (landlines or cellular), flat monitors, servers, loose hard drives, calculators, and cameras.
Please note: No old TVs, microwaves, or bulky monitors.
Donations can be dropped off or made by mail. Check or money order to be made payable to ‘City of Independence’ to:
Independence Police Department
Canine Unit Donation
5409 Madison Pike
Independence, Kentucky 41051
Dropbox available in parking lot
Send contributions via Venmo to Independence Canine using @Independence-Canine.