Shattuck’s Slapsale.com online auction application is secure, reliable, scalable and easy to use. These features ensure that assets generate their full worth.
Shattuck tailors its auction services to meet its sellers’ needs. For all auctions, Shattuck will market the auction listing, using targeted promotions for various outlets and will be available to take calls and inquiries from buyers. Shattuck also oversees the financial aspects of the job including final auction reports, sales tax, and final payment processing.
We offer a wide array of auction service levels that can be tailored to suit a client’s needs. Clients can opt for full service in which Shattuck handles everything from auction set-up and preparation to preview and removal. Or clients may prefer a more hands-off approach, enlisting Shattuck support only in certain aspects of the auction.
View current online auctions here.
Shattuck developed e-surplus.com as a compliance and property redistribution tool for its university clients. The website provides clients an opportunity to advertise available items in their surplus inventory to others within the university for reuse.
A university, at no cost, can post current inventory and surplus property to e-surplus.com. This makes the items available within the university or to other eligible persons for a designated period of time. Although the property is posted online, members of the general public are unable to place bids on e-surplus.com. However, instructions on contacting the owner are included in the listing if an agency or an affiliate is interested in an item posted on e-surplus.
The university sets the duration of time that the property must be made available to another person or department within the university. Each item posted has a dynamic timer showing the remaining time available in which it can be transferred. If any property is not claimed before the e-surplus timer reaches zero, that item automatically migrates to Shattuck’s online auction platform, Slapsale.com. There, bids can be placed on the items by the public, ultimately resulting in a sale.