The device recovery software platform enables organizations to ensure data security, capture maximum value for retired devices, save time for information technology (IT) teams and keep devices out of landfills.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 3, 2021 — Mobile reCell, the only software-driven solution for corporate-owned mobile device recovery, today announced the expansion of its operations and plans to triple its number of employees by the end of 2021.
Designed to help organizations ensure data security, recover maximum value, automate manual processes, and deliver a sustainable solution, Mobile reCell’s device recovery platform automates the recovery, repurpose, reselling, and recycling of corporate-owned mobile devices.
The Indiana-based software startup is experiencing growing demand for its solution fueled by:
- Increasing rate of data breaches targeting valuable corporate data most often held on mobile devices: There were nearly 3,000 publicly reported breaches in the first three quarters of 2020.
- Minimal success with traditional device recovery solutions: On average, organizations recover less than 30 percent of corporate-owned devices for reuse or recycling according to Mobile reCell data.
- Manual device recovery is labor and time-intensive: A corporate device refresh requires approximately 41.6 minutes per device — that’s more than 3,466 hours (or more than 1.6 years) to manage a 5,000 device refresh program, according to Mobile reCell data.
- Focus on the circular economy and corporate sustainability initiatives: Americans throw away more than 151 million phones each year.
Prior to working with Mobile reCell, many customers tracked corporate-owned device recovery program information in spreadsheets. By automating device refresh, device recovery, and device processing workflows, customers can reduce the time spent on device recovery by 96 percent or more and gain focus on more strategic initiatives knowing every device will be processed the same.
With its experienced growth, Mobile reCell plans to more than triple the number of its employees by the end of 2021. The company is planning another round of strategic hires with positions in sales, marketing, customer success, and software development. Follow Mobile reCell on LinkedIn to stay up-to-date on new job postings.
“Fishers has been a spectacular city to scale our startup for multiple reasons,” said CEO and Founder Ben Jones. “The Economic Development team has been very supportive by answering questions, inviting us to local business-focused events, and facilitating introductions. Our team has thoroughly enjoyed all the community offers, and we look forward to continuing our growth in Fishers.”
On Wednesday, May 26, 2021, Fishers OneZone Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Mobile reCell’s new headquarters at 8475 Nightfall Lane. Fishers OneZone Chamber of Commerce board members, Fishers Town Council members, and Mobile reCell team members were present for the ceremony.
To learn more about how Mobile reCell can help you recover corporate-owned mobile devices, visit mobilerecell.com.
About Mobile reCell
Mobile reCell provides the only software-driven solution for corporate-owned mobile device recovery, designed to help organizations ensure data security, recover maximum value, automate manual processes, and deliver a sustainable solution. The device recovery platform provides complete visibility into device tracking, processing, employee buyback programs, and a secure chain of logistics as it automates the recovery, repurpose, reselling, and recycling of corporate-owned mobile devices. Founded in 2014, the Indiana-based software startup has achieved year-over-year profitability without any outside capital investment. Mobile reCell’s success is driven by a commitment to deliver an unparalleled customer experience with unrivaled technology. To learn more about Mobile reCell’s solutions, visit mobilerecell.com.
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