Category : spend management

  • Cash Is King For Senior Living Properties  RESOURCE: https://seniorcare.levinassociates.com/2018/06/15/cash-is-king-for-skilled-nursing-targets/ Recently,…

    08 Aug
    08 Aug
  • It happens all of the time. Clients that audit their own billing and manage their own contracts spend wasted hours trying to sort out the fees and promo plans service providers offer. In the end (months later) they realize how much time and energy they spent trying to sort out the very complicated terms, renewals and plans that should have been crystal clear from the beginning. No customer should have to feel they are “in charge” or have to be “on the watch” for changes in their contracts and agreements especially those “1 year promos”. Shouldn’t the service provider INFORM their customer more clearly of any changes going into effect, clearly state them and offer cost saving OPTIONS? Well that is NEVER going to happen!

    26 Jul
    26 Jul
  • Management is asking for DOCS – ASAP!!! Important Agreement signed…

    31 May
    31 May
  • Your company starts to grow, and you need more technology to keep up with additional staff, customers and to help improve process. You are aware of the efficiencies and cost savings made possible by new technologies and are upgrading their infrastructures as a result.

    But are you aware of How Purchasing more Technology can lead to Cost Creep?

    04 Apr
    04 Apr
  • Most businesses at one time or another outsource due to limited internal resources. But what happens when you aren’t in control of your vendors terms, cost of services or even quality of work? How much is that costing your business?

    We recently came across a company that used 3 companies for network support. One company was more expensive than the other one and took longer to complete work needed, but the quality that was performed always met their standards. Because they had a limited schedule and were more expensive the company had to at times opt for a couple of other vendors that did not meet the same quality of stands. They did not show up when scheduled, had poor work habits and didn’t complete the job fully so they had to make several trips. Sometimes they would return with a different technician which presented other issues like familiarity with the systems, software, project or service.

    26 Mar
    26 Mar
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