Europe’s leading corporate mobile recycling company CMR Ltd (Corporate Mobile Recycling Ltd) has signed an agreement with Piceasoft to support with the growth of their trade in program. CMR will be using Piceasoft’s PiceaServices Volume to verify, diagnose and erase all devices coming to their centres across Europe. PiceaServices Volume enables recycling / processing centers to use standard processes for verifying, diagnosing and securely erasing huge volumes of phones / tablets and getting a clear audit trail of what has been done for each phone during the process. All CMR Ltd recycling centers across Europe will use same process.
The agreement was done with the help of MobileReclaim Ltd who are representing Piceasoft globally. “Piceasoft volume solutions in my opinion are by far the best mobile eraser solutions in the market today” says Dave Stockton, Managing Director of MobileReclaim. Combined with the innovative, flexible approach of Piceasoft and their desire to service their customers, its proving to be a strong recipe for success.
“After thorough testing we were convinced about Piceasoft teams capability to adapt our specific requirements to their solution and provide us valuable feedback to help us set up our new facility as productively and efficiently as possible” says Mark Harrison, CEO of CMR Ltd.
Piceasoft is a Finnish company, located in Tampere. Since it was founded in 2012, Piceasoft has created a unique set of software solutions to cover the whole lifecycle of mobile devices. These solutions create new business opportunities and enable a cost-efficient service for mobile operators, retail chains and bulk recyclers / processing facilities. Our innovative products are disrupting mobile device buyback, repair and recycling businesses. Our software products are easy to use and offer added value to the end user, which means better ROI and user satisfaction. In short, we promise to Simplify Your Mobile Life.
CMR Ltd is a mobile phone recycling company trading for over 13 years reselling and recycling 60,000 mobile phones and electrical devices each month throughout 8 countries employing 45 staff.