Online PR News – 22-July-2014 – Boulder, Colorado – Revert, Inc., a global leader in delivering on-site data sanitization and enterprise IT asset disposition services to customers worldwide, has been recommended for continued registration for two of their three international certifications: ISO 9001:2008 for quality management and ISO 14001:2004 for environmental management and stewardship, respectively, after rigorous external surveillance audits conducted by Platinum Registration. The assessment ensures that Revert’s Quality Management System (QMS) and Environmental Management System (EMS) continues to meet all elements of the scope of registration and effectively conform to the requirements set forth in the ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 International Standards. “The continued certification of our quality and environmental management systems through ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 validate the importance we place on protecting our partners and our customers,” said Glenn Jacobsen, Chief Operating Officer. “Our quality management system ensures that our customers’ data and assets are always secure, and our environmental management system ensures that their assets shall be handled and dispositioned in compliance with governmental legislation and regulatory standards. We are proud of this commitment and thereby our unique position in the global marketplace.”

Revert was recommended for continued registration for the international certification of their occupational health and safety management system, OHSAS 18001:2007, in April 2014.

About Revert, Inc. Revert, Inc. is a global leader in delivering on-site services that focus on the two primary risks associated with enterprise IT asset disposition: data sanitization and electronic waste management. Revert delivers services to thousands of customers worldwide. Revert’s customers include members of the top 20 financial services and healthcare companies in the Fortune 500. Revert is a privately-held company headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, with wholly-owned subsidiaries in Toronto, London, and Hong Kong.