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FPR News2019-07-16T15:26:42-05:00

Resellers and Quota-Based Selling: Why That’s Not In Your Best Interest

By |Monday, March 16, 2020|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

Salespeople sell. That is their job. Unfortunately, what qualifies as a success for them does not always translate to a win for their customers. If the salesperson is facing a quota, they tend to [...]

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Quantifying Current Spend Is Your Ground Zero

By |Monday, February 10, 2020|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 [...]

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FPR’s Industry-Unique VISIONAnalysis™ Methodology

By |Friday, January 17, 2020|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, IT Cost Management|

Freedom Profit Recovery believes in taking the most methodical approach possible to improving your bottom line and maximizing your cost reduction. We always utilize our up-to-the-moment analytics and industry knowledge to recommend the best cost-saving [...]

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Your Best Interest: The Motivation Behind Our Recommendations

By |Monday, January 6, 2020|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

Freedom Profit Recovery (FPR) prides ourselves on providing the best in consulting services to all of our clients, and are happy to extend some of those services to the general public as well. We [...]

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FPR Could Be the Answer to Significant Hard-Dollar Cost Savings

By |Friday, December 6, 2019|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

Identifying cost-cutting measures for a business can feel exhausting. Auditing expense reports for business cost savings is often like searching for a green keychain dropped in a field in Ireland — it all starts to look [...]

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FPR Contributes Christmas Tree to Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

By |Tuesday, December 3, 2019|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, Electricity, IT Cost Management, Telecom|

Today, a team from FPR provided a Christmas tree with all of its decor for the children a Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (SRHC). Each year, SRHC and it's business partners provide trees for [...]

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Three Things That Set FPR Apart

By |Friday, November 8, 2019|Categories: Cost Reduction, IT Cost Management|

You may have heard of other consultants who promise to help you find ways to lower costs in business, only to deliver little results. Yet, they still have the gall to charge you for the [...]

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FPR Puts Our Money Where Our Mouth Is

By |Thursday, October 3, 2019|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 [...]

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Reduce Procurement Expenses by Re-Deploying Existing Devices

By |Thursday, September 19, 2019|Categories: Cost Reduction, Document Output, IT Cost Management|

Too many businesses purchase duplicate hardware or preemptively decommissioned hardware well before the full value has been extracted from it. Other times, they will blame workflow inefficiencies on hardware when solutions exist to make [...]

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