Having the ability to design and deliver truly effective ITAD solutions requires a leadership team that is second to none. Our leaders’ combined knowledge, experience and passion makes ITAD USA one of the best IT asset disposition companies in the nation.
Dallas native Jon Krimm studied business at the University of North Texas before joining DGSE, a leading wholesaler and retailer of jewelry, diamonds, fine watches and precious metals. His tasks there over a decade ranged from SEO analyst to Director of Operations.
At ITAD USA, he specializes in remarketing electronic equipment, including hard drives, servers, modems, laptop computers and cable boxes, with a passion and skill for securing fair market value to share with clients.
Jim has decades of experience with high-performance computer (HPC) ITAD strategies for national and federal laboratories and research centers (DOD/DOE), enterprise companies and original electronic manufacturers (OEM). He has managed a broad spectrum of HPC hardware dispositions in compliance with state and federal requirements utilizing part harvest remarketing, data erasure or destruction, logistics, and e-waste methodologies for both confidential and nonconfidential material.
Jim has a Master’s of Science in Management, and has dispositioned some of largest and fastest supercomputers on the “Top 500 List” website. Some of the HPC projects included supercomputers code named “Hopper, Kraken, Red Storm, Roadrunner, Thunderbird, Titan …” to list a few.
Jeffrey Johnston, Business Development, has more than 12 years’ experience in corporate real estate, construction, oil and gas, and Information Technology. A Dallas native, he combines local market expertise with a special talent for customizing ITAD USA’s services to each client’s needs and a personal involvement in the entire process, from introduction to final execution.
Jeffrey is particularly adept at working with corporate headquarters asset managers to coordinate projects with data centers, regional offices and call centers in multiple locations. He’s a graduate of the University of Arkansas Walton College of Business and an avid fan of Razorback sports.