Lizzie Ronning May 2, 2023 6:30:00 AM 6 min read

DMD Systems Recovery Earns MO 100 Ranking for Catalyzing Positive Impact

DMD Systems Recovery, Inc. (DMD) proudly announces our CEO, Aaron Zeper, has been named on the 2023 MO 100 Top Impact CEO Ranking. The Impact Ranking is based on their “Force for Good” Score. The formula for Force is velocity x mass (Growth rate x Revenue). The Force for Good Score is the product of your 1-year sales growth % x 2022 revenues x the B Impact Assessment or default score.

According to Big Path Capital, the 2023 MO 100 Top Impact CEO Ranking is a list celebrating the 100 top executives catalyzing positive environmental and social impact through the high-growth companies they lead. This year’s winners reflect the growing relevance of leaders who prioritize a broader set of stakeholders—including the environment, their employees, their customers, their shareholders, and their communities. To view the full 2023 MO 100 Top Impact CEO Ranking list visit

“The 2023 MO 100 leaders are redefining capitalism by creating value for a broader set of stakeholders. They are charting a new path toward a more circular, just economy away from an extractive, exclusive economy,” said Michael Whelchel, Big Path Co-Founder and Managing Partner. “These leaders are demonstrating that every transaction has the potential for prosperity and positive impact.”

“We, at DMD, are immensely proud to receive this award,” said Aaron Zeper, CEO of DMD Systems Recovery. “Our mission is to protect our environment, one IT Asset at a time. We strive to achieve this mission while adhering to our values and commitments as a B Corporation and love it when our intent is manifested through independent analytical recognition. We will continue to improve our ITAD services for our customers while continuing to improve the conditions for our teammates and reducing the impact on our environment.”

Additionally, Aaron Zeper was named to the Sun Devil 100 which celebrates the achievements of degreed ASU alumni who own or lead businesses across the globe. Spanning industries and locations, the university has an impressive history of entrepreneurship and leadership from its students and alumni, and the Sun Devil 100 awards program invites these innovative leaders back to campus for a celebration in their honor. Companies for the Class of 2023 are ranked by their percentage increase in gross sales and revenue with DMD ranked as #6 in the largest category.

Aaron Zeper, DMD’s CEO, is an ASU alumnus, having graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Barrett, The Honors College.

“I am smiling from ear to ear earning recognition from the college I attended 30 years ago,” said Aaron Zeper. “It’s fun to go full circle, be back on campus, having an opportunity to support the next wave of ASU grads.”

To see a list of all honorees for this year’s class of the Sun Devil 100, visit  

About DMD Systems Recovery, Inc:

DMD Systems Recovery, Inc. (DMD) provides IT Asset Disposition solutions adhering to the most rigorous environmental and security standards to deliver confidence for companies who value our world and their reputation. DMD works with hundreds of companies and public entities to securely destroy their data, decommission assets, and redeploy or remarket the equipment across IT categories including Data Center, End User Compute, and Mobility. For more information, please visit:

About Big Path Capital:

Big Path Capital advises leading impact companies and funds in capital raises and in mergers and acquisitions. As the first certified B Corp investment bank over 14 years ago, Big Path Capital has worked with over 250 company and fund clients, connecting them to the largest network of impact investors in the world.

About the Arizona State University Alumni Association:

The ASU Alumni Association was formed in 1894, fewer than 10 years after the founding of the Arizona Territorial Normal School (ASU’s original predecessor) and almost 20 years before Arizona became a state. The association is the university’s oldest support group. For more than 125 years, the ASU Alumni Association has advanced the interests of the university’s alumni and served as a lifelong connection between the university and graduated Sun Devils throughout the state, across the country and around the world. Today, the ASU Alumni Association serves more than 600,000 Sun Devils around the world. For more information, visit