Wherever you’re based in the UK, your organisation can avail of Auditel’s expertise . Our consultants come from a wide range of industry and professional backgrounds but are all trained to the highest level in cost and purchase management consultancy. As industry leaders they understand the complexities involved in managing business overheads and will, in effect, be another member of your management team.
While the formal training programme that all Auditel consultants go through lasts twelve months, the learning and professional development programme never stops. With decades of combined experience and expertise across the network, your consultant has access to an unrivalled depth and breadth of specialist knowledge, ensuring you have access to the highest quality cost and purchase management advice available in the UK. What’s more, because our consultants come from a wide range of professional backgrounds, we can draw on specific industry insight to deliver solutions you can trust and that address the particular issues and requirements of your business.
Which is worth more, £1000 worth of sales or saving £1000 through reducing and managing costs? The answer might surprise you. The answer is that savings made through managing costs are worth more. Let me explain. When you make £1000 worth of sales, part of those sales go on the costs of production or service […]
Most of the provisions for this EU Directive had to be implemented by the Member States just last month (5 June 2014). However, deadlines for some aspects that impact businesses occur next year – with penalties likely for those that don’t comply. The Directive requires EU member states to introduce a framework of measures to […]
The Energy Efficiency (Encouragement, Assessment and Information) Regulations 2014 (SI2014/1403) were made on 2 June 2014 and come into force on 26 June 2014 to implement certain provisions of the Energy Efficiency Directive 2012 (Directive 2012/27/EU) in the UK. Background: UK implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive 2012 The Energy Efficiency Directive 2012 (Directive 2012/27/EU […]
Founded in 1898 and set in the glorious Dorset countryside, Broadstone is one of the finest examples of an unspoilt heathland golf course in the South of England, and sits in the Top 100 golf courses in the UK. Within 250 acres of rolling terrain, the fairways run freely and separately through superb natural heathland […]
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has now set out a series of four hypothetical scenarios against which they will compare the way energy is bought and sold by UK energy companies. The regulator has not found evidence of these yet but is looking for indications of possible adverse effect on competition (AEC). “Theories of […]
THERE are no rewards for loyalty when it comes to energy brokers who are simply a sales channel for energy suppliers, yet there is a level of apathy when it comes to managing energy procurement. The complexity of all the options on offer unfortunately encourages businesses to simply let their energy broker manage their renewals […]
Ruth & I have been working with The Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA) since July 2011 and have enjoyed a number of successful projects with them which include energy procurement, communications and merchant card fees. Following a recent Quarterly Update Meeting with the IFA we were delighted to receive the attached letter in the post […]
When Mark was first approached by Auditel he was extremely sceptical. There are more and more organisations in the marketplace that are claiming to be able to save clients time and money. What was it that made Auditel any different? Not only was the background of the consultants a huge cushion of reassurance, but the […]