Jeff Bittner

Jeff founded exIT technologies in 1989, recognizing a significant opportunity to help enterprises improve the liquidity of their IT hardware. A consummate entrepreneur, Jeff has built, expanded, or laterally transitioned successful companies for over three decades. His work at exit technologies is pioneering, as the company pursues new processes and methodologies to improve the IT Asset Disposition industry. Jeff oversees the strategic direction of the business and is a regular contributor to discussions and debates on the industry’s leading issues. A graduate of the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Executive Program, Jeff is also a strategic thinker, actively sharing business management tips, while always being open to new ideas.


Should I Buy the iPhone Xs or Watch Meteors from the Rockies?

Is exciting new technology a more worthwhile investment than a possibly life-changing experience? You could call me an ardent supporter of the iPhone platform. I’ve owned several over the years. I appreciate the sleek look,…

4 Business Changing Lessons I Learned from a Day with Mohnish Pabrai

The annual Pabrai investment funds meeting in Aliso Viejo, California, began with a 12.6-mile bike ride around beautiful Newport Bay. So I rented myself a bike, and arrived at Starbucks ready to mingle with my…