Case Study 1
The Client:
A Major Automotive Company
The Situation:
A major automotive company was required to liquidate and dispose of thousands of IT assets that were in storage.
The Challenge:
The company typically used a local scrap supplier and only received pennies on the pound for these assets. The local supplier did not provide audit reports for analysis or for protection from an environmental protection perspective.
The Response:
Motor City Computer crafted a customized solution that allowed for full audit reports detailing pertinent information for the company's IT, database management and finance teams - including a revenue sharing program.
The Result:
By partnering with Motor City Computer, during a 3 month period the company's revenue for this equipment exceeded $70,000 and allowed for the removal of thousands of assets from their warehouse and fixed asset database. The audit reports proved to be an invaluable tool for their internal asset management teams in that they not only allowed the company to better understand the types of equipment that was being retired but also allowed the company to remain focused on their own core business.

Case Study 2
The Client:
A Global Finance Provider
The Situation:
A global finance provider was in the second phase of a large IT deployment when they realized their current IT retirement supplier was failing to meet their business initiatives.
The Challenge:
The finance provider was in need of a retirement supplier that could immediately take action to coordinate the logistics of both the inventory and disposal of out dated equipment, and supply a zero cost solution to ship, audit, test, recycle or sell their idle IT assets.
The Response:
Motor City Computer swiftly created a solution that allowed the company to continue their IT deployment without stoppage, ensured no out of pocket expense and in fact returned revenue to the bottom line.
The Result:
The result of utilizing Motor City Computer Asset Retirement Program proved to be an enormous benefit to the provider. The revenue generated from the sale of the retired IT assets paid all transportation expenses for the project throughout the US as well as the cost of the deployment project management team.