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National, exclusively Apple Asset Trade-up company serving education, enterprise, and government. Earn the highest national average payment for your iOS and macOS devices with the secure knowledge of data destruction certification.









Diamond Assets’ trade-up program works for all organizations—from large to small, public & private, and more. We can customize a program that works just for you.

  • Fair, trusted pricing and payment
  • Full service, zero-touch pickup from Diamond Assets employees on your schedule
  • Serial number audits, consistent rubric-based grading of devices
  • Timely reconciliation audits with quick payment
  • Data erasure using White Canyon certification and Apple Erasure Protocols (NIST and NAID certified)
  • Advance and continued conversations on sustainability and total cost of ownership with ideas that support your organization’s fiscal needs
We have something exciting to share: Diamond Assets is number 7 on the Inc 5000 list of fastest growing companies! We couldn’t have achieved this without our loyal and amazing customers. Thank you for your continued support and thank you to @IncMagazine
With technology advancing more rapidly than ever before, the viable lifespan for today’s devices continues to decrease. With the funding Diamond Assets offers for Apple devices, schools and organizations can upgrade to technology capable of running current software so work and learning are more efficient.


Diamond Assets helps schools of any size maximize the residual value of their Apple devices and create a technology refresh plan that ensures the financial sustainability of digital learning programs.


Diamond Assets develops custom solutions to fit the needs of small to large businesses nationwide. Our automated buy-back process gives enterprise customers a streamlined quoting process and a generous return on their investment.


Diamond Assets works with government entities including local, state and federal institutions to create trade-up programs that exceed regulatory compliance standards, and deliver transparent asset disposition and remarketing.
Working with Diamond Assets during our MacBook Air student refresh was an unbelievably professional and hassle-free experience. What set them apart was our dedicated account manager. We had a unique mid-year roll out and reconciliation. Having our account manager in contact with me on a regular basis made the distribution of our new machines to students and our asset disposition straightforward and effortless. They did all the work, and we collected a fair market value return on our equipment. Kevin Murray

Technology Coordinator, Hudson Community School (Hudson, IA)

Diamond Assets was a great company to work with and their employees are to be commended for their professionalism and efficiency in taking care of our transaction. Initially, I was skeptical about sending close to 300 computers to a company in the hopes their findings would be fair and consistent with what our tech staff knew about the computers they were getting. Without a doubt, this is a very reputable and good company to partner with. Dawn Voss

Edgewood-Colesburg Community School District (Edgewood, IA)

Diamond Assets Partners with School Superintendents Association

Diamond Assets Partners with School Superintendents Association to Promote Sustainable Technology Funding. MILTON, Wis., September, 2018 - The school Superintendents Association (AASA) and Diamond Assets have teamed up to provide school administrators educational...

Diamond Assets ranked 7th fastest-growing company

First published in Milton Courier, August 22, 2018 One of America’s fastest-growing private companies is right here in Milton. Diamond Assets is ranked No. 7 on the Inc. 5000 list overall and No. 1 in the computer hardware industry. With $43 million in revenue in...

Diamond Assets Hires Vicki Lyons as Chief Alliance Officer

JANESVILLE, Wis. — (March 27, 2018) — Diamond Assets, the most trusted Apple tradeup partner for schools and enterprises, announced the hiring of Vicki Lyons as chief alliance officer. Lyons joins Diamond Assets from the School District of La Crosse, Wis.,...

Diamond Assets Inc. 5000 Profile

First published in Inc. 5000, August 15, 2018 Diamond Assets provides trade-up guidance and purchase of Apple hardware to help organizations maximize their technology assets.   Headquartered in Milton, Wisconsin, Diamond Assets buys outdated Apple equipment from...

These Are the 10 Fastest-Growing Companies in America This Year (Inc. 5000)

First published in Inc. 5000, August 15, 2018 7. Diamond Assets 2018 Inc. 5000 rank No. 7  Three-year growth 19,718%  2017 revenue $43M Headquartered in Milton, Wisconsin, the company buys outdated Apple equipment from schools or other businesses, refurbishes it, and...

Madison-based SwanLeap leaps into No. 1 spot on the Inc. 5000

First published in Wisconsin State Journal, August 15, 2018 Two Wisconsin businesses are among the 10 fastest growing companies throughout the U.S., the latest Inc. 5000 list shows. SwanLeap, a Madison company that revamps the way manufacturers ship their products,...

Diamond Assets Inc. 5000 celebrated in WI News

Diamond Assets is in the news from many outlets for its Inc 5000 #7 in the nation award. Read all about it at these sites:   43 Wisconsin Companies on Inc. 5000 list, SwanLeap and Diamond Assets make top 10. Biz Times - Milwaukee Business News...

Chat about Diamond Assets

First published in iHeart Radio, March 14, 2018. Diamond Assets partners with organizations in the education, corporate, and government sectors to maximize the residual value of their Apple devices. Unlike recyclers and buy-back companies, we go beyond the transaction...

4 Reasons to Rethink Edtech Financing

First published in EdTech Digest, February 20, 2018 Expensive? Not fiscally responsible? Not even close. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Rand When it comes to edtech purchases, many school districts avoid the F-word: financing. The thought is that financing technology...

“Ed” Should Come First in Edtech

First published in EdTech Digest, February 20, 2018 These are not just digital devices—they are learning tools. GUEST COLUMN | by Charles As an expert in deploying edtech in elementary, middle and high school—both as an educator and as an executive in the edtech...

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