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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?
The key strategic advantage you want to create for your business is to be better prepared than your competitors to capitalise on the impending growth phase. The good news (yes, there is good news) is that a recession provides both you and your business a time of assessment. Let us review one of the most effective opportunities for improvement.
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's Carl Bowen and Lucille Victor - "We wanted to be in control of our destiny"
17th November 2014
Hampshire-based Carl Bowen and Lucille Victor joined the Auditel Cost Management Franchise in September 2014.
Bill Rodgers from Auditel says "There is plenty of opportunity in the market place"
22nd October 2014
North Shields-based Bill Rodgers joined the Auditel Cost Management Franchise in September.
Auditelís flourishing Business Hub Partnership
8th October 2014
Over the past twenty years, Auditel (UK) Ltd has been pioneering Business Hub Partnerships, a brand of strategic cost management,...
Discover why your future is brighter with Auditel
26th September 2014
There are two special Auditel Free Discovery Seminars featuring guest speakers from NatWest/RBS and HSBC at their Winchester Head Office in...
Meet Auditel at the National Franchise Exhibition
17th September 2014
On Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th October, there is a unique opportunity to investigate Franchising at the National Franchise Exhibition, at...
Auditel's Lee Walton says "I was really impressed with the examples of savings"
12th August 2014
Farnham-based Lee Walton joined Auditel as a Cost Management Consultant in May this year.
Auditel talk to WhiteCollarFranchise about their 14th Suppliers Exhibition 2014
20th June 2014
Auditel recently hosted their 14th Supplier Exhibition in Nottingham and the theme was 'Maximising Opportunity'.
Auditel's Paul Hughes tells WhiteCollarFranchise - "I loved every day of the trainingÖ"
27th May 2014
Paul Hughes currently works in a team with a number of Auditel associates, on a variety of prospects and projects.
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
1st September 2014
Auditel are pleased to introduce Nick Rennison