Telecom Expense Management Success StoryFortune 500 Company is among the largest global providers of insurance, annuities and employee benefits programs, with 90 million customers in over 60 countries. Serving approximately 100 million customers, Fortune 500 Company has operations in over 60 countries and holds leading market positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe and... Read More
Energy/Utility Auditing Success StoryA Large financial services conglomerate in the U.S. operating in Michigan and Ohio with offerings including banking, casualty insurance, financial planning, health benefit plans, retirement plans for companies, estate planning, and tax services. It is based in Southfield, Michigan. ... Read More
Telecom Auditing Success StoryThis tier one automotive manufacturer provides complete design, engineering, manufacturing and assembly operations for injection -molded Interior and Trim components, exterior handles and under hood components. Capabilities include Class A exterior and interior painting, multiple interior surface decoration technologies, and an accredited testing laboratory along with a complete CAD/CAE department with in-house rapid prototyping. ... Read More
VoIP Success Story
This global manufacturer had recently completed an installation of an enterprise wide VoIP telephone system and engaged their local carrier’s account team to conduct an audit and network evaluation. The results provided by this vendor did not meet the clients' expectation. They retained CBI to perform a complete evaluation and audit of all local, data and long distance services.
During the audit, CBI identified a multitude of lines, assorted circuits, payphones and trunks not in use at various locations. Through our process, these lines / circuits were located and evaluated, and it was determined that these service lines could be eliminated. This resulted in an on-going annual savings of $165,300.
Our team compared all invoices and services against numerous corporate contracts and discovered discounts being applied incorrectly, incorrect charges, features and services not needed and contracts that were not implemented correctly; all resulting in credits of $300,000.