Apkudo, a Baltimore, MD-based company which specialises in supply chain automation for connected devices, acquired Mobile reCell, a Fishers, IN-based provider of software-driven IT asset recovery for corporate-owned IT assets.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
With the acquisition, Apkudo will advance its ability to deliver new levels of sophistication for collaboration, innovation, and transparency across the value chain through its Circular Industry Platform.
Led by Ben Jones, Founder and CEO, Mobile reCell is a provider of software-driven recovery for corporate-owned IT assets, which helps organizations ensure data security, automate manual processes, recover maximum value and deliver a sustainable solution. The IT asset recovery platform equips IT leaders and their end users with the resources needed for a smooth and successful recovery process. Its software offers visibility into asset shipment tracking, processing, and a secure logistics chain as it automates the recovery, reuse, resale and recycling of corporate-owned IT assets.
Led by CEO Josh Matthews, Apkudo helps companies managing connected devices to maximize device value, minimize labor costs and reduce e-waste. Apkudo’s Circular Industry Platform provides a full suite of decision-support and operating tools: automated testing and grading systems, device lifecycle management and resale market integration.