On the way home from an offsite meeting yesterday afternoon, I had a voicemail from a colleague of mine here at Microsoft that I used to work with quite a bit when I was back in our Midwest District on the U.S. Team saying that he has a partner looking to get into refurbishing PCs to provide to their clients and wondering if we have some information on how to do this. I’ve also received this type of inquiry from some other partners in the past as well, so I thought I’d put up a quick post here to let you know how you too can offer legitimate refurbished PCs through the Microsoft Refurbisher Program.
Hereare a couple of questions you may be wondering:
Want to learn more about the Microsoft Refurbisher Program or get started with it for your business as a Microsoft Partner? Either follow the links I provided above to either the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher Program or Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR) programs or head out to the Microsoft Refurbisher Program overall page and get started.
On the Microsoft Refurbisher Program overall page, not only do we have a link to find out how to take part in the Microsoft Refurbisher Program, we also have links to other information, including:
I hope this helps get you started on your path towards becoming a Microsoft Refurbisher Program member if this is an area of interest for your business and helps questions you might have about how to and what you need to know about computer refurbishing.
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Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking” Director, Worldwide Partner Experience Microsoft Corporation This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights