Welcome to Xperien

Xperien (Pty) Limited is the African leader in Secure IT Asset Disposal (ITAD) services.

Our clients, mainly from the financial services sector, require us to manage their enterprise and desktop infrastructures countrywide and abroad. Our value proposition is to protect our clients’ personal information and intellectual property that resides on their computers at ‘end-of-service’ and during technology changes. We provide cost effective solutions to combat the challenges associated with data loss and mitigating reputational risk. Compliance to the highest standards, especially with data destruction processes and implementing the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (PoPIA), is core to our business.

IT Asset Disposal Fitness Test

Xperien invites you to participate in our IT Asset Disposal (ITAD) management analysis. You stand a chance of winning 1 out of 5 free ITAD policy formulations. Please click the button below to start the survey. We thank you for your participation! .

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Wale is the founding director of Xperien, he is a graduate of Greenwich University in the United Kingdom and has over 25 years’ experience in the IT hardware industry.

Data protection legislation is forcing companies to review their practices around equipment sales and donations to ensure they comply with the law. IT Asset Disposal (ITAD) is a new discipline that binds together various services that may occur at the end of the IT lifecycle, i.e. asset decommissioning, data destruction, reverse logistics, asset value recovery and environmental disposal. If proper ITAD procedures are not implemented, executives will increase the risk of exposure to data loss, which is in violation of the Protection of Personal Information Act, which stipulates harsh penalties for continued violation. These penalties may include ten years imprisonment and/or R10 million fine but the greatest risk is reputational loss

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

For Secure IT Asset Disposal In South Africa