Welcome to Xperien

South Africa’s first choice for compliant, secure, sustainable Information Technology Asset Disposition.

Who we are
Established in 1999, Xperien (Pty) Limited is a leading South African Information Technology Asset Disposition (ITAD) company, based in Johannesburg. We are the only company in Africa with ISO9001: 2015 accreditation specifically for ITAD.

What we do
We provide our clients with secure, accredited ITAD services. Our value proposition is to protect our clients’ personal information and intellectual property that resides on their computers during technology changes and at “end-of-service”.

Who we do it for
Our clients – primarily in the financial services sector – enlist our services to manage their enterprise and desktop infrastructures within South Africa and abroad.

How we do it
Xperien provides cost-effective solutions to combat the challenges associated with data loss and to mitigate reputational risk. Our compliance meets the CEGS  and NIST SP 800-88 , particularly in terms of data-destruction processes, while adherence to the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (POPIA) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is core to our business.

Why we do it
Logistical solutions are tailored to meet our clients’ needs and to negate the ever-present risk of hard-drive theft from decommissioned computers.

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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


South Africa’s first choice for compliant, secure, sustainable Information Technology Asset Disposition