Why hire an expense management
partner if you don’t get a positive return?
You should have a guaranteed return.
Business moves quickly, and the technology networks supporting those moves don’t always keep pace. To keep track of your services – and the associated expenses – you need a strong Enterprise Expense Management program (traditionally known as TEM) to proactively support your organization. One that guarantees ROI. Ours does.
Tellennium will review every service in your network to ensure you are being billed as per your existing agreements and handle disputes to realize savings. Our Technical Team goes another step to examine your network to see if services are needed, benchmark your rates, and perform a network optimization to see if there are better services available. If you approve our recommendations, Tellennium will provide the resources and project management to oversee the change.
Our Audit and Optimization services represent different sides to the same coin of Digital Transformation, which when performed on an ongoing basis can keep you ahead of the competition.
They’ve cut our costs and they’re subject matter experts. Other vendors I’ve dealt with before will come in and save some money off my bills. Tellennium is different. They’re processing your bills, constantly parsing for anomalies, keeping the vendors honest, and constantly looking for savings opportunities.
–CIO, Healthcare, physician group practice
Any Service Type, Any Expense, Any Invoice
We have never had a single client cancel for lack of customer service
Implementation of Outsourced TEM
An implementation so easy you won’t believe that it’s TEM. Tellennium manages all of the heavy lifting on-like other providers. Our team of subject matter experts will work hand in glove with your internal team to proactively manage your network for operational and cost efficiencies.
Tellennium charges no implementation fees and most clients go-live in 60 days.
With no long-term commitments, what’s the risk? Contact us today.
Our clients average a return of
over their investment.
Interested in how to calculate a potential return?