Voice Management Company Codima Intros Recovery Service for Telecom and Networking Clients
August 22, 2011
By Anshu Shrivastava
, TMCnet Contributor
Codima (News - Alert), a company that provides best practice software tools like voice management to help organizations manage their IT networks, announced the launch of a new recovery service for its existing telecom and networking clients.
Thanks to this new service, the new and existing clients of the company can sell their working and non-working electronic equipment -- identified as obsolete or surplus -- directly to Codima’s recycling division, Codima Green.
Company officials said that this provides a safe and eco-friendly disposal route to the customer and eliminates the usual disposal options which frequently end up in land-fill sites.
With the company’s “Codima Toolbox” product line, users are able to audit and map all of the equipment on their corporate networks. Company officials said that this provides data on the age and capacity of each item of equipment. This capability helps users to identify end of life or malfunctioning equipment.
The company is expected to market its new service via its established reseller network, and initially, it’ll be available to Codima customers in the United States. The company plans to make it available to other geographies over the next few months.
Codima is a provider of best practice software tools to help organizations manage their IT networks. Codima Green is the company’s environmental division that specializes in recycling end-of-life electronics. The company is a Microsoft Certified Partner, an Avaya DevConnect (News - Alert) Gold Partner and a Cisco IBLM Partner.
Last month, the company announced the official launch of its 1-855-4ESCRAP initiative. The new brand serves the goals of collection and sales penetration in the electronic waste recycling, trading, and refining markets.
In other industry news, voice management leader Tone Software (News - Alert) recently made its DYNA-STEP(TM) Dynamic STEPLIB and ISPF Library Management Solution 3.0 Release, a release that features new ISPF application to control allocations and concatenations, immediately available.
The release also boasts the ability to simultaneously run multiple versions of identically named load modules in separate screens of an ISPF session, thus expediting the testing and roll out of upgrades and new z/OS applications, according to company officials.
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Edited by Carrie Schmelkin