Telecom Expense Management Program
Reduce your telecom costs…with no risks
Did you know that almost all organizations are billed more than they should be for telecom services? Wireless, local, long distance, Internet, etc., can really add to the expenses for your municipality. Now you can make sure you’re not paying more than you should for your telecom expenses through a new CCM Affinity Partnership with Schooley Mitchell, a telecom consultancy based in Vernon, Connecticut. This telecom consulting service is available to CCM municipal members as well as CCM Municipal Business Associates at no cost.
KEY BENEFITS back to top
Schooley Mitchell takes an objective, unbiased approach to analyzing your current telecom services and expenses and recommending solutions that save you money. Better yet, if you don’t save, you don’t spend. This analysis is provided on a contingency basis with any fees being self-funded out of savings generated from reduced expenses. Other benefits provided by this program include:
- No implementation costs
- 50/50 share in savings over a specified period of time. and then you receive all the savings
- Single point of contact for all telecom issues
PROGRAM PROVIDER back to top
Schooley Mitchell is the largest independent telecom consulting organization in North America, with more than 230+ professional consultants coast to coast. In business since 1980, it has 15,000+ clients and has delivered more than $195 million in documented savings to its clients, reducing their expenses on average by 28%.
Program Presentation back to top
Schooley Mitchell has put together a short animated depiction of the services offered. Click here to view it.
On September 18, 2017, we held a webinar for members to review the program plus how we can help you reduce your E-Rate stress. To view the pdf of the presentation only, click here. To view the recording of the presentation, click here. You will be asked to enter your name and email address. Also, please note Flash is required to view this video.
We are holding another session on October 2, 2017 at 10 am. If you would like to register for it, please click here.