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Any operational area. Any industry.
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Typical communications cost savings range 8% to 26%
In a world where the dominant form of communication is digital — including data, telecom and cellular — it is necessary to have a high degree of technical knowledge and experience in order to have cost reduction success in this category.
Not only do our telecommunications subject matter experts have extensive experience, they were previously employed within the telecom industry. Their expertise is invaluable in producing cost reduction results and maintaining critical service. Additionally, our team has knowledge of pricing plans that are not typically known or publicly available.
featured case study
Medical group decreases phone expenses by 77%
Silverback examined $3 million across many practice locations and many non-labor expense categories. The team collected data from vendors without interrupting the client’s staff and daily operation. The final recommendation delivered an extensive analysis of vendor proposals and identified opportunities for sustainable savings in several major categories.
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