Podcast Episode Description
Wondering how to handle your old company-owned mobile devices once you're done with them? Or what to do with a device when an employee leaves?
Reverse logistics is simply the process of managing the flow of products from the point of consumption back to the point of origin. In the case of mobile devices, it involves collecting, refurbishing, repairing, and redistributing used smartphones, tablets, and other devices. From its positive impact on the environment to economic benefits and data security, reverse logistics is growing in adoption by businesses of all sizes.
In this episode, we talk about the ins and the outs of mobile device forward and reverse logistics. We chat about how companies are using reverse logistics to lessen their overall impact, reduce costs and protect important data. We also dive into the reasons why more and more IT teams are outsourcing this function to a third party to make sure their devices get a second life.
Grete Humbert Mortley is Senior Director of Operations at vMOX, and has two decades of experience in telecom and mobility. She has a strong focus on client experience, and is passionate about driving client value and achieving desired outcomes.