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Document Output

Document output describes the area of business associated with generating documents. Whether copying, printing, faxing, scanning or archival, all of these items are related to the document output process. Companies generate paper every day, however, most companies have no idea what their true cost to generate paper really costs. Quantifying this expense can be very difficult, especially in distributed environments. There are consumable costs, lease agreements, depreciation, maintenance repair expenses, and so on. FPR has the expertise and tools to effectively quantify where a company is today, and how to best improve the environment, from both an expense and process-improvement perspective.

Recent Merger or Acquisition? Watch for Billing Errors

By |2018-09-26T13:01:17+00:00Friday, May 18, 2018|Categories: Document Output|

A merger or an acquisition presents many opportunities — in more ways than most people realize. Naturally, there is the new opportunity for growth, expansion, economies of scale or synergistic efficiencies. On the other [...]

7 Methods to Cut Print Costs in a Business

By |2018-09-26T13:35:17+00:00Sunday, May 6, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

Printing costs can quickly spiral out of control, especially as the price of materials such as ink and paper rise every year. In order to control printing costs, businesses can look to the following [...]

IT Cost Reduction Strategies and Ideas for IT Cost Optimization

By |2018-09-26T13:33:18+00:00Wednesday, April 18, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

IT departments often face an undue amount of scrutiny, particularly when it comes to their budgets and generally uncovering IT cost reduction strategies. While everyone ends up relying on IT to resolve issues, to prop [...]

FPR: Aligned with Client Goals and Objectives, Finding Ways to Reduce Business Costs Together

By |2018-09-26T13:34:47+00:00Sunday, March 4, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, Telecom|

Freedom Profit Recovery uses one simple tactic to inseparably align our goals with that of our clients: we earn our revenue as a percentage of the cost savings we bring you. This practice eliminates [...]

Cut Costs in a Business by Quantifying Current Spend

By |2018-09-26T13:37:54+00:00Sunday, February 11, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, Telecom|

Controlling spending habits cannot happen until that spending is measured. Management looking for ways to cut costs in a business must, therefore, take the time to lay out their expenses in a way that makes different [...]

How FPR’s Contingency Fee Eliminates Risk When Looking for Ways to Cut Costs

By |2018-09-26T13:43:45+00:00Thursday, February 1, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

Freedom Profit Recovery offers a unique value proposition to our clients. Our services pose absolutely no financial risk to them and guarantee cost savings. This means that you can cut costs on FPR’s dime. When we [...]

Criteria for Improvement During Our VISIONAnalysis™ Print Audit Process

By |2018-09-26T13:33:04+00:00Friday, January 19, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, Telecom|

Freedom Profit Recovery achieves significant cost savings while optimizing your print, telecom and energy services to enhance maximum productivity and profitability. We can perform a print audit of your business and then serve as your ongoing document management consultant to ensure continued overhead [...]

When to Engage FPR and Start Reducing Business Costs

By |2018-09-26T13:36:20+00:00Friday, December 15, 2017|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, Telecom|

Many potential clients have researched our services, and are interested in using them to start reducing business costs, but wonder when the most opportune time to engage us might be. This question is quite astute [...]