Cell Phone Cost Reduction

We have resisted the temptation to dilute our core parcel audit offering to a broad suite of corporate cost-reduction services stretching from payables to parcel to phones. With our transportation background, we prefer to focus on that which we do best, rather than resell the services of another cost reduction company.

However, in 2011 we partnered with a team of brilliant developers to offer a completely unique, cost reduction service to reduce corporate mobile telecom costs. Our proprietary service is new to the mobile industry this year, and has been effective in reducing corporate cellular expense by 30-50%.

We have found savings of at least $30 and up to $69 per cellphone line per month in the accounts of our current clients, amounting in some cases to several hundred thousand dollars in annual savings. We achieve these cost reductions by restructuring cell phone plans, automating usage monitoring and modifying contracts to suit. We call it dynamic contract optimization, and it's guaranteed to reduce your mobile spend.

As with our parcel audit, work is performed 'invisibly' offsite, for a gain-share of savings, but you keep the lion's share of the savings. If your company has over a hundred cellphones under contract, allow us to conduct a free analysis to show you exactly what and how we can save you. Even if you've just renegotiated your cell contract, and found substantial savings, we'll find more...

Or, see the recent blog entry for a simpler solution.

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Testimonials

I just wanted to take the time to tell you how much I have appreciated working with you and everybody at Direct Recovery over the past years. Your company has gone above and beyond to fulfill our needs. An example of that would be the time when we switched our shipping carrier, and you created specialized reports to fit our needs. I also like the fact that no matter how trite my questions may be, they are always answered quickly and completely. I am happy to recommend your company to anyone that wants to be more efficient, and recover a substantial amount of shipping revenue.

Michelle Drake-Smith, Mountain Gear