TCVG began its analysis by checking the university's rates against similar organizations nation-wide. We discovered serious discrepancies between what the vendor was charging the university versus similarly-sized colleges in other parts of the country.
By negotiating with the vendor, we secured $28,359 annual savings.
With thirteen buildings on campus, it was no surprise that there was a large number of lines and circuits that weren't in use. With the client's approval, we disconnected the unused lines and circuits and communicated the changes with the vendor – securing $120,901 in annual savings.
A Colorado based drug company was experiencing price increases – and didn’t know why.
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A southeastern university was paying more for telecom than its counterparts – and didn't know why.
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