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Keypoint Intelligence Provides Market Insight on Remanufactured Hardware in North America

Keypoint Intelligence Provides Market Insight on Remanufactured Hardware in North America

Keypoint Intelligence has announced the availability of the "North America Remanufactured Hardware Market Insights" report. This comprehensive report reviews current vendor practices, product lines and strategies for marketing and production, as well as considers the role of third-party suppliers, dealers and logistics.

Remanufacturing is the rebuilding of a product to achieve the specifications of the original manufactured product using a mixture of reused, repaired and new parts. It differs from recycled and refurbished devices by overhauling devices so that they can be sold "as new."

"Not only do remanufactured products provide cost advantages over their new counterparts, we have seen one vendor's line of remanufactured products priced at 30% to 60% off new list price," said Rachel Dean, technical editor, Keypoint Intelligence. "Regarding sustainability, another vendor device's CO2 footprint is reduced by 50% when they are remanufactured."

As sustainability is a fixed point on customer and vendor priorities, a remanufactured hardware offering is no longer "nice to have" but a necessity. Evidence points to not only the benefits that remanufactured devices have on the environment, but the ability to extend the life cycle of machines as demand for new machines decline.

The "North America Remanufactured Hardware Market Insights" report can be purchased separately or as part of a subscription to other research provided by Keypoint Intelligence's Office CompleteView service.

For more information about the report, click here.

In other news, Keypoint Intelligence has announced that Todd Curtis has joined the company as business development director in Europe. In this role, he will be responsible for managing key accounts, as well as providing leadership for new business opportunities for the company's UVERCE, advisory services, consulting and IT development products.

Curtis has more than 20 years of experience with a focus on technology and solutions. During this time, he formed relationships with dealers, resellers, end users, technology companies and various manufacturers. Most recently, Curtis was part of ProcessFlows, which was acquired by Konica Minolta in 2016, where he was involved with technology and services for the capture, processing, management and delivery of documents, information, voice and data.  

"It's a pleasure to welcome Todd to our sales team," said Keith LaVangie, sales director, Keypoint Intelligence. "Todd has a strong background in our industry which make him a valuable asset to our team and to our clients."

"I'm excited to be working with such a talented group of colleagues," Curtis said. "I'm looking forward to utilizing my knowledge and playing a significant role in identifying new business opportunities."

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