Refers to the practice of outsourcing maintenance and support services for IT infrastructure and equipment to a third-party service provider, instead of relying on the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for support.
Information Technology Asset Disposition, which refers to the process of disposing of IT assets in a secure, environmentally friendly, and socially responsible manner. IT assets can include hardware, software, and data.
Refers to the process of physically installing and configuring IT equipment within a data center or server room. This process involves the installation of equipment such as servers, switches, routers, and other network hardware into server racks or cabinets.
Delivery of technical support and maintenance services provided by IT technicians who are dispatched to a customer's location to provide on-site assistance. These services can include hardware repairs, software installations, network troubleshooting, and other IT-related tasks that require on-site support.
Is a type of an IT support service that engages IT professionals to remotely manage and troubleshoot IT infrastructure and equipment located in remote or distributed locations.
Are services that help organizations facilitate the importation and distribution of goods into a foreign country. An Importer of Record is a legally responsible entity that is authorized to handle the customs clearance and tax requirements associated with importing goods into a foreign country.
(FSLs) are strategically placed warehouse facility used to store inventory near customers or end-users. FSLs are often used to minimize delivery times and reduce transportation costs by keeping inventory closer to the end-user. By stocking products in our FSLs, businesses can ensure that they have the necessary inventory on-hand to meet demand, without incurring the costs and delays associated with shipping from a centralized warehouse.
International business partner due diligence is included in b2Americas services portfolio. It is a process by which we assess the risks associated with your potential partners or suppliers in foreign countries before entering a business relationship. The goal of due diligence is to identify any potential risks, such as legal or regulatory issues, reputational risks, or concerns related to ethics or human rights, that could impact the success of the partnership or put the company at risk.
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