ERI proves to be smarter than the average bear

ERI proves to be smarter than the average bear

July 17, 2019
Marcia González

Disruptive e-waste processing technologies earn ERI poisition in ’10 Smartest Companies of 2019′ list

The US business magazine CEO Views has named ERI to its annual ‘10 Smartest Companies of 2019’ list for 2019. ERI, whose executive chairman, John Shegerian (pictured above) is a keynote speaker at this November’s E-Waste World Conference & Expo, is the USA’s leading fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company.

The CEO Views is a monthly online and print publication designed to provide news about entrepreneurs and breakthrough organizations in business and technology. Each summer, the publication produces a special volume dedicated to profiling its annual selection of 10 companies that have demonstrated particular ingenuity, creativity, innovative thinking or breakthroughs in technology for the ‘10 Smartest Companies’ list.

In ERI’s case, the selection was made due to the company’s disruptive technology, which is changing the face of electronic recycling and ITAD services today while providing solutions to environmental and data privacy problems caused by the ever-growing glut of e-waste.

The issue features an in-depth interview with John Shegerian and provides an overview of the company’s history and commitment to prioritizing innovation and exploration. “It’s an honor to be selected and featured among this prestigious lineup of innovation-focused success stories in a publication that provides such a valuable resource for those interested in learning about AI, data protection, cyber security and other key sectors of the technology industry today,” Shegerian said. “Many thanks to The CEO Views for capturing our passion for innovation. Pioneering tech solutions for businesses, people and the planet is essential to what we do. Our disruptive technology includes industry-first robotics, AI, proprietary tracking software and other innovations. Through this technology we’re making the recycling of electronic devices more efficient and safer – both environmentally and in terms of data protection. It’s great to be acknowledged and reminded that what we are doing is making such an impact.”

The article also covers the current need businesses of all sizes have for effective data protection, regulatory compliance, sustainability standards and issues such as the impending 4G-to-5G switchover, and how ERI provides effective and innovative solutions for each.

E-Waste World Conference & Expo will take place from Thursday 14 November to Friday 15 November at the Kap Europa, Frankfurt Messe, Germany. To register for this highly focused, solutions-driven event, please click here. For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, please email

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