Nice to meet you…
We are 7Digits, an active knowledge leader since 2006 in refurbished hardware, data destruction and circularity of IT hardware. We have an ambitious team and a feeling for circularity, because we’re busy every day giving old hardware a new lease of life. Who do we do that for? Large data centres, SME companies and committed professionals.
And 7Digits keeps on growing
From being a knowledge leader in refurbished hardware to a broad service specialist – some people call it taking the worries off your hands and others call it ‘full service’. As an ITAD partner, we simply see it as our job to keep growing as part of the circular process, from product sales to transport and from data destruction to waste disposal.
Our premises in Pijnacker
They have the very highest standard of security. Why? So that we can meet all possible safety requirements. We do our work as a permanent team of screened professionals. We also manage our vehicle fleet ourselves. This makes sure that we can also guarantee security for our on-site services and during transport.
Certificates and quality marks show recognition for what we do and for our company vision, as well as how our team puts in huge efforts to achieve it. We are your all-round ITAD partner. 7Digits works according to the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 27001 standards and we are audited against them annually by KIWA.
- WEEELabex – the standard for responsible and sustainable processing of electronic waste.
- ISO 27001 – for information security & management systems (ISMS);
- ISO 14001 – for an environmental management system;
- ISO 9001 – for a quality management system;
- ITAD partner – for data integrity and responsible IT administration.
Where are we headed?
Towards a world in which we no longer have to go mining for raw materials, and a circularity of IT hardware with less electronic waste. A world where we handle hardware and data sensibly. That is how we have defined our mission. To back that up, we help the annual ‘Tree Planting Day’ event and we work with Dierenbescherming (the Dutch Animal Protection Society) and the Kwasa Foundation.