Methodology and process
Corporate due diligence
Understanding corporate large blue-chip and or large conglomerate internal structures and framework is key. This ensures that liaising with relevant departments or key stakeholders is aligned to what the client wants or needs we regard to equipment fleet disposal and secure data control. We as Fixed Asset Disposal have 1st hand experience of such clients and understand how and what is required to manage expectations. We understand what our clients need to fulfil there corporate requirements. Commitment to due diligence and corporate responsibility with regards to Sarbanes Oxley Act SOX
Based upon the ITIL V4 (I.T. Infrastructure Library) framework principles
- ISM – Information Security Management
- OCM – Organizational Change Management
- PM – Portfolio Management
Information Security Management
The purpose of the information security management practice is to protect the information needed by the organization. To conduct its business In today’s digitally enabled world there has never been a greater focus on the risks and requirements for effective information security.
Failure to address this area with the care, rigor and diligence required can result in a loss of revenue, market share and customers, integrity and regulatory compliance.
Information security failures are often published into the public domain and can cause huge reputational damage and ongoing trust issues with an organization’s stakeholders.
Customers expect Fixed Asset Disposal to be fully compliant with relevant security and data laws (such as GDPR). Also to have the necessary systems and processes in place to maintain the levels of confidentiality required.
Value Chain Interaction: This practice will most heavily contribute to Plan, Improve, Engage, Design and Transition, Obtain/ Build, Deliver and Support. Ensuring a fully managed and operated equipment disposal and end of life disposal service is already available to you. Through our managed services, we continually look at improving our service and adopt new technologies and practises when they become available.
Organizational Change Management
The purpose of the organizational change management practice is to ensure that changes in an organization are smoothly. Successfully implemented, and that lasting benefits are achieved by managing the human aspects of changes.
This practice addresses one of the key reasons that organizations fail to implement change. Namely that organizational-level changes require much more care and attention around people and how change impact them.
Changes can either fail completely or fail to deliver the benefits identified at the outset. Simply by not addressing or understanding the human dynamics of change. It is key that organizations can identify those affected by organizational change and work with them to help acceptance and support of the change.
Fixed Asset Disposal understand that no matter what the nature is of a change is – e.g. to structure, technology, process or service – it is people that are critical to success. Organizational change management will contribute to every part of the service value system.
The purpose of the portfolio management practice is to ensure that the organization has the right mix of programs, projects, products and services. To execute the organizations strategy within its funding and resource constraints.
Portfolio management concerns itself both with a return on investment and a return on value. This ensures that the right strategic decisions are made to manage a balance between organizational change and business as usual.
It understands and influences how resource are used and deployed throughout the ITSM organization. Facilitates the alignment of resources and capabilities with required customer outcomes as part of the strategic execution with the service value system.
In other words, having the right tool for the job is key. We firmly believe that having the appropriate partner in place to manage your eWaste WEEE disposal obligations is a fundamental part of the IT hardware process lifecycle. Thus helping you achieve your return on investment with little or no cost in recycling.
The purpose of the continual improvement practice is to align our practices and services with changing business needs. Through the ongoing improvement of products, services, and practices, or any element in the management of products and services.
There should be nothing that is outside the scope of continual improvement for any recycling organization. It is recognized that a lack of continual improvement can lead to inertia and an eventual decay of service excellence. This impacts cost and the ability to build new services effectively
Fixed Asset Disposal belongs to several key government and regulatory bodies ensuring that we’re looking to exceed best practise on our services we provide.