Following a review of TD Synnex's Services business unit the company has introduced additional trade-in and IT asset disposition (ITAD) options in a bid to help drive the circular economy.
TD Synnex has also brought in new financial services including Tech as a Service (TaaS), which enables partners to offer any combination of products and services on a subscription basis.
A new set of value added services enables partners to offer tailored configuration, bill and hold services, extended warranty options and net zero consultancy to customers.
"The central focus of the new strategy will be on driving the circular economy," said Sophia Haywood-Atkinson, Business Unit Director, Services, UK.
“The circular economy is becoming a core part of the whole IT ecosystem. Being able to drive and deliver sustainable choices and derive better value out of the entire lifecycle of IT products is going to become vital to all partner businesses in the future.
"Device-as-a-service is increasingly popular and we are seeing more tenders stipulating that a certain proportion of products must be refurbished. This is already a big area of potential for our partners.”