Costs and Sectors : Introduction

The costs and sectors we cover

One point of contact, over 200 specialists

The Auditel network consists of over 200 fully-trained cost management consultants, each of them with their own specialism, creating a potent cost management resource capable of managing over 100 business cost areas.

Cloud-based, knowledge systems and on-line tools allow each of them to draw on the full resources of the network wherever they are based and ensures that all our clients can benefit from the full array of Auditel’s considerable expertise, whatever their cost management needs.

Different industry sectors face different challenges.

Read some of Auditel’s success stories, listen to what our sector experts say about the specific challenges they face and find out why Auditel is uniquely placed to help them.

In the current economic situation, charities are really feeling the pinch. According to the Charities Aid Foundation, as many as 40% fear having to close down in 2013 alone. Faced with cuts in Central Government funding and donations falling by as much as 20%, there is very little light at the end of what appears to be a very long tunnel. Read more ...

The cost of energy affects every organisation from manufacturing and leisure businesses through to the voluntary and commercial sectors. Management of this essential business cost is a minefield without access to the right skills, knowledge and processes. Read more ...

The type of organisation affected by fuel is wide and diverse, from a business with a fleet of cars or trucks, through to a remote boutique hotel that relies on the use of LPG. Read more ...

The hotel and leisure landscape is a competitive and changing environment. From boutique hotels to community leisure trusts managing a vast array of expenditure and making the most of available resources is an all too common problem. Read more ...

The professional services landscape is a competitive and changing environment. There is constant pressure to demonstrate client retention, business growth, and sustainable revenue streams. Read more ...

As a restaurant owner or manager, you know all about the day to day challenges of getting customers through the door. Competition is fierce, brand loyalty is fickle. To succeed, you need to keep both eyes on building and nurturing your core business. Read more ...

Rising costs set against shrinking budgets highlight the need to make every penny count, yet many are missing out on opportunities to make valuable savings and instead, continue to pay far too much for essential services such as energy, telecoms, catering, waste management and school supplies. Read more ...

Since deregulation of the UK’s telecommunications markets and the introduction of competition and new services in the early 1990s, the UK has become one of the most competitive communications markets in the world. Read more ...

The Transport sector is a diverse and complex environment. From logistics firms and hauliers through to shipping companies and fleet management there is continued pressure to demonstrate business growth set against a backdrop of increasing operating costs, new supply chain concepts and the demands of globalisation. Read more ...

When it comes to managing costs many businesses focus on the major expenditures such as energy or communications, but often neglect the smaller ‘incidental’ overheads. Read more ...