In 2004, Jan Bouma and Sicco Ouwersloot founded Reuzado BV following their takeover of Jan’s former employer. Initially, Reuzado focussed mainly on the purchase and sale of used ICT goods.
In later years, the emphasis increasingly shifted to providing service. While the used hardware department remains an important pillar for Reuzado ICT Services, ICT service has since become the company’s core business.
With a team of 35 colleagues, a 2,000 m2 warehouse, and a fleet of cars, Reuzado offers full service to its partners in ICT projects and processes both great and small – with the same energetic spirit and drive as when we began in 2004.
You can probably hazard a guess as to what Reuzado ICT services does for its clients. The bigger question is probably: where does the company’s name come from?
In Esperanto, Reuzado is the word for ‘reuse’. Esperanto is a universal language developed by Dr L.L. Zamenhof. The motivating principle behind the development of Esperanto was that it should improve international communication and mutual understanding between the peoples of the world. This idealist approach is also held by Reuzado ICT Services. We use our experience and expertise to ensure that the projects of our partners and end-users are completed as efficiently, harmoniously, and economically as possible for all parties involved.