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Your sales are falling. The economic climate is distinctly frosty. Your bank is proving very reluctant to grant finance. What can you do to make sure you will still be around when the ‘green shoots’ really start to appear?
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When was the last time you took a good look at your business costs – not staffing costs – but the real core cost of keeping the operation running? In this new year, what can you do to make absolutely certain that you are getting maximum value for your money? Since deregulation and new legislation, many of the staple essentials like communications, energy, water and waste disposal are proving extremely difficult to compare in terms of cost and service. If one adds in all the other overheads including business consumables, finance related services, insurance, human resources, fleet management, premises costs, environmental and energy efficiency, it is little wonder that organisations are hard-pressed to find the best solutions.
In a recent survey, accountants KPMG concluded: ‘Businesses are under constant pressure to reduce costs, yet many find it hard to do so in a sustainable fashion. Nine out of 10 cost reduction programmes fail to achieve their targets and the gains that are achieved appear to be short-lived.’ As a result, management is turning to outsourced providers of these services.
Chris Allison, Managing Director of Auditel, one of the leading specialists in outsourced cost management, confirms: ‘More and more hard-pressed FDs are asking for our help in their struggle to maintain profitability. Businesses are realising that they simply do not have the in-house experience to deal with an ever-changing and complex marketplace. Outsourced cost management provides the answer, especially where there is no upfront fee, but payment by results.’
With the increase in the number of companies trying to cut costs, the demand for Auditel’s services rises daily. Recent savings of £54,496 for a museum, £82,255 for a retail shopping centre, £105,500 for a charity, £122,900 for an independent school, and £3 million for a restaurant chain, indicate what may be achieved.
Auditel has been chosen again as finalists for the 2014 Best Franchise Marketing Support and Best Website Awards
10th April 2014
Auditel tell WhiteCollarFranchise that they are very proud to have been selected as finalists in the Franchise Marketing Awards for the past 5...
Ray Anderson tells WhiteCollarFranchise: "I wanted a Business-to-Business Franchise and Auditel was the one for me"
31st March 2014
Ray Anderson talks to WhiteCollarFranchise after joining the Auditel Cost Management Franchise last month.
Paul Wallace - "It's a fantastic opportunity to develop a really significant business"
17th March 2014
Basingstoke based Paul Wallace joined Auditel in February 2014 and tells us how he appreciated his training
Richard Purkis - "Excellent Business Concept– Excellent Network of Affiliates and Head Office Team – Excellent Values"
25th February 2014
Richard Purkis recently joined Auditel. He is a Chartered Accountant with experience of working both in practice and industry.
Paul Millican is 'engineering' a new career with Auditel
5th February 2014
East-Midlands-based Paul Millican joined Auditel last November after starting his career in engineering support
Auditel – an arresting opportunity for ex-Detective Inspector Terry McNamara
28th January 2014
Newcastle-based Terry McNamara is one of the new Affiliates who have recently joined Auditel
"Entrepreneur of the Year Award" Winner, Jane Campbell, joins Auditel
9th January 2014
Jane Campbell tells us about being an Auditel Cost Management Consultant and how she has become their Rising Star
Auditel's SeŠn Harnett is managing business costs for the Limerick Enterprise Development Partnership
12th December 2013
SeŠn Harnett joined Auditel last year and says that his previous experience will enable him to offer clients a valuable service.
Iím in my 30ís and my Auditel business makes me £15,000 a month. This affords me the lifestyle I want including frequent family holidays to our second home in Turkey.Chris Baker, Auditel Consultant since 1998
11th February 2014
"Auditel – a strong product and clearly defined business model"