eZsell is an online marketplace for buying and selling surplus technology. According to a study done by Statista, the average lifespan of IT equipment is five years, and the Department of Information Resources in Texas claims that maintaining equipment past this lifecycle can be up to 59% more expensive than maintaining new equipment. eZsell allows companies, universities, and individuals to recoup some of these maintenance costs by providing a quick and convenient way to market their excess technology. Users of this application are able to sell technology that would otherwise be more expensive to maintain, facilitating a market of usable bargain surplus for other interested parties.
Members: Austin Scheidt, Matt Blume, Scott Cramer
Advisor: Abdou Fall