ATLANTA November 9, 2015 – XS International, Inc. (XSi), a global leader in information technology maintenance services, announced a major expansion into South America that will include expanded ITAD services and a new channel program for IT network maintenance.
XSi will be now offering IT asset disposition (ITAD) services in Chile, Colombia, Paraguay and Venezuela in addition to their current offerings in Argentina and Brazil. The new operations will be primarily providing ITAD and IT recycling services for global companies in South America. In anticipation for the new offices, XSi Brazil opened a new facility in Florianopolis to assist in streamlining ITAD operations in South America.
“We recently expanded to a 193,000 square foot facility that will allow us to process over 100,000 assets per month. XS Brazil is ready to provide the ITAD and Maintenance services for all of the country of Brazil and more,” said Danilo Nunes, General Manager of Brazilian Operations.
XSi prides itself in its ability to develop an outstanding channel partner program. With that in mind, XSi has embarked upon developing a senior team of experienced channel executives with a vision of growth through partner ecosystem development.
“As a maintenance and IT support systems integrator, XSi represents a new breed of lifecycle maintenance providers. We’ve been in South America for over ten years and I’m very excited to further expand our footprint,” said Todd Bone, President of XS International.
For more information on becoming a channel partner, please contact Todd Bone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About XSi (XS International, Inc.) is celebrating its 25th year in business and provides IT maintenance services including Holistic Maintenance, Hybrid Maintenance and 3rd Party & Legacy Maintenance support for current and legacy network, server and storage equipment. XSNET is headquartered in Atlanta and has offices in Washington D.C., Oklahoma City, Denver, San Diego, Paris, London, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florianopolis, Caracas, Bogota and Santiago.