ERA seek franchisees

EXPENSE Reduction Analysts are looking for professional people to join their worldwide franchise of cost reduction experts.

ERA provides all necessary training and systems for starting a cost management business.

State franchisor Alistair Henderson said a recently introduced Intranet-based management system has proved a major improvement to the business.

“Associates can now access all of their tools and a step by step guide to saving money from anywhere with access to the Internet, making this home-based business even more powerful,” he said.

Expense Reduction Analysts identify profit leaks in expenses and assist in improving value received from suppliers of business products and services.

Mr Henderson said reducing office overheads such as printing supplies, computer equipment, couriers and insurance by an average of 15 per cent to 20 per cent can create significant savings for clients.

Using a large database of supplier pricing information, the company looks for overcharges and negotiates lower prices or alternative service providers for clients.

Established in 1983, Expense Reduction Analysts operate an international network across five continents.

Clients include BASF, Lotus, Royal & Sun Alliance, Unilever, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and KPMG.

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