Telecom – Includes Long Distance, Local, Internet, Data, Onsite Line Audit, Cell Phones and Pagers. We are proud to note telecom savings resulting in 4.1M dollars to the US Coast Guard.
- A review for a hospital in Alabama saved them 62% of their telecom spend without changing their provider. TCVG was authorized to renegotiate existing contracts with a co-term and extend. Savings were evident once we compared what their current vendors were charging them versus what they were charging a like-sized hospital. Our proprietary cutting-edge technology updates vendor rates nationally each day. We also attained a credit for services that had been overpaid.
A recent review for an international staffing company reduced telecom costs by 51%.
- Line Audit – An onsite line audit will match each and every line back to your invoice. This will identify lines that are still being charged as working lines, but are no longer in use.
A recent review for a large metropolis (and all agencies associated to it) in the southeast, resulted in savings of over 50% of their annual telecom spend. Reduction costs came through lines, circuits and negotiating substantially better vendor contracts based on comparison of vendor charges with like-sized businesses. No vendors were changed.
- Cell Phones – A review of cell phones for a mid-sized hospital in California resulted in a 45% savings.
Cable – We compare current rate plans with our proprietary national database to ensure that we identify the best rates available and offer alternative plans or negotiate contract according to channel selections and basic/extended service.
A recent review for large Florida hospital resulted in cable savings of 81.8%.
Waste – Solid, hazardous, biohazards, medical, shredding, hauling and recycling of waste material are areas encompassed in this audit.
A review for a 350-bed health system in Arizona resulted in a recovery of $19,000 for billing errors by its bio-waste vendor.
A recent review of a West Virginia school district resulted in waste savings of 44.5%.
Utilities – Electric, Gas, Water. This historical review ensures compliances up to five years; rates can be affected going forward.
A review for a County in the State of South Carolina, a regulated state, resulted in an average annual electric savings of $190,000.
A review for a 3,500-bed health system in Arizona resulted in a historical one-time credit of $241,000 for natural gas.