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Electricity cost management involves working to help companies reduce their electricity expenditures by partnering with retail energy providers who will deliver the net lowest cost per kilowatt hour.

How FPR Enables You to Cut Costs in Your Business on Their Dime

By |2019-07-22T15:45:48-06:00Sunday, July 1, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

As a company that refuses to charge service fees when determining how to cut costs in business for our clients, Freedom Profit Recovery (FPR) may seem like an anomaly, and that is because we are. We [...]

Recent Merger or Acquisition? Watch for Billing Errors

By |2019-07-22T15:46:35-06:00Friday, May 18, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

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 [...]

Why FPR’s Vendor Independence Is a Huge Advantage to Our Clients

By |2019-07-22T15:47:33-06:00Sunday, April 15, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, Foundational, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

Navigating the marketplace looking for ways to achieve overhead cost reduction often turns into a battle of procurement cost reduction as a result of confusing, conflicting offers from so-called “solutions vendors.” All these vendors no doubt believe in [...]

How Business Transformation Outsourcing Influenced Our Partnership Model

By |2019-07-22T15:48:13-06:00Saturday, March 24, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

As businesses look for ways to learn how to decrease costs they have increasingly turned to outsourcing of certain functions. This concept, sometimes called Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), can be seen most commonly within [...]

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

By |2019-07-22T15:48:34-06:00Sunday, March 4, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, 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 |2019-07-22T15:48:55-06:00Sunday, February 11, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, 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 |2019-07-22T15:49:13-06:00Thursday, 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 [...]

Cut Energy Costs in Business with These Four Steps Towards Greater Efficiency

By |2019-07-22T15:49:29-06:00Tuesday, January 23, 2018|Categories: Cost Reduction, Electricity|

Energy costs are often a “dark” or hidden expense because we so often take them for granted. In fact, our society in general accepts a certain amount of energy use without stopping to consider how [...]

When to Engage FPR and Start Reducing Business Costs

By |2019-07-22T15:50:17-06:00Friday, December 15, 2017|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, 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 [...]