Cost and purchase management franchise Auditel is achieving savings of 24 per cent to 64 per cent for its clients across a full spectrum of business costs. The savings Auditel franchise owners are making for their clients are not only simple and quick but are also ethical and sustainable.
Among the recent savings Auditel has made in the traditional cost areas are 33 per cent on mobile phones, 43 per cent on fixed line telecommunications, 32 per cent on gas, 46 per cent on water and sewerage, 46 per cent on waste, and 36 per cent on electricity.
Savings for clients were also found in many other areas including 34 per cent on janitorial supplies, 37 per cent on print, 38 per cent on clothing, 33 per cent on LPG, 24 per cent on haulage and freight, 33 per cent on contract cleaning, 22 per cent on merchant cards, 32 per cent on stationery and office supplies, 64 per cent on intruder alarms, and 41 per cent on photocopiers.
Auditel’s 3000 clients span every sector of the economy and range in size from multi-nationals to museums and from national charities to local manufacturers. Many started with one of its free Business Health Checks and were delighted with the results. This service is carried out using Auditel’s Total Cost of Purchase approach, which provides an invaluable in-depth analysis of all business expenditure.
This, coupled with its performance-driven contingency fee model, means that the whole Auditel approach is totally self-funding. There are no up-front fees, no hidden charges and no extras.
David Gutteridge, Managing Director of Standard Soap Company, said: “We have savings to date of over £100,000. Before we were introduced to Auditel, I thought we were running a pretty tight ship. We would never have made these savings without the involvement of Auditel and I would recommend them without hesitation.”
Published: 17 November 2010
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