A few examples of savings, refunds, and reductions in overhead for clients based on our contingency audits:
We saved NJIT, (New Jersey Institute of Technology) over $140,000.00 by correcting an error on their electric bill.
We offer various services to CPA’s including for their wealth management dept. If they have or want to become a RIA, registered investment adviser. We make it very simple and save quite a bit of money. Example: 26k savings per month for a New Jersey CPA Firm and reduced IT staff from 7 to 2.
A New Jersey utility, PSE&G, issued a $17,000.00 refund and a monthly reduction of $663.25 per month for a New Jersey multinational.
Windstream forgave an overcharge of $12,000.00 for a Fortune 500 client after we presented our case over a 4-month period. We were called in after the client had exhausted their negotiations over the disputed amount.
AT&T issued a $70,000.00 refund to a 25-location client for their California office which was overcharged each month by AT&T. Statute of limitations restricted the amount of the refund. AT&T reduced the same client’s monthly bill by $1,200.00 a month. It is best to act quickly on these issues
Kaizen, Japanese for “improvement.” When used in the business sense and applied to the workplace, kaizen refers to activities that continuously improve all functions and involve all employees from the CEO to the assembly line workers. It also applies to processes, such as purchasing, and logistics, that cross organizational boundaries into the supply chain.
This is what we provide to our clients. We assess and audit various components of your business or enterprise in conjunction with the 35+ vendors we work with including AT&T, Verizon, and Cisco Partners. I will provide links to our blog and website so you may get a better understanding of what we do. Virtually all our work is performed on a contingency basis