• Community post by Ben Stradtmann

How Schooley Mitchell saves businesses money

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I am pleased to announce the opening of a new Schooley Mitchell location in Fort Mill. Schooley Mitchell has a proven track record of helping businesses, nonprofits, and other kinds of organizations with commercial spending accounts, find significant savings on their operational expenses.


If cost reduction is a strategy that interests you, or if you’ve never heard of Schooley Mitchell before, allow me the chance to introduce our company; what we do, how we do it, and why that may matter to you. 


What: 

For over 20 years, we’ve been reducing business expenses for our clients. Too many people take their expense invoices as written in stone – we know better.  


How: 

Our custom software and vast databases allow us to know what you should be paying. We have the negotiating power to get you better deals; and we do it objectively, with no ties to any service providers. 


Why: 

Overspending hurts your bottom line. Our clients average 28% in savings – imagine that advantage over your competition.


The only fees we collect come from a portion of savings delivered. No savings means no fees – the process is entirely risk-free. 


Are you 100% certain you’re not overspending on your operational expenses?

If the answer is no, then I’m confident your business can benefit from Schooley Mitchell’s services. We can perform an audit of your expense environment in one or more of the following cost categories: 

  • Telecommunications 

  • Merchant services 

  • Small package shipping  

  • Waste disposal 

  • eSignature 

  • Electronic Logging Devices 

  • Utilities  

  • Fuel  

Best case scenario: We deliver significant savings that make your business more profitable.


Worst case scenario: Our audit finds your expenses are already optimized, our services come at no cost to you, and you gain the peace of mind knowing your bottom line isn’t leaking unnecessarily.  


Either way, you win.

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