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Businesses Want to Grow and Invest but They Need a Helping Hand…

LONDON, November 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

- Take one of Auditel's trusted advisers on board?

The Auditel Cost Management Consultancy is widely regarded as being the UK's leading specialist in their field of saving money for over 3,500 organisations on over 80 business overheads. However, Auditel also provide a variety of additional services with their market-leading associates. These include funding, increasing cash flow, and even, record management which reduces the risk of misplaced crucial information.

Funding? If you are turned down by your bank, the advantages of using a broker to help have now become more important than ever. Auditel's partner has access to a comprehensive range of finance facilities including commercial mortgages, leasing, factoring, invoice discounting and vehicle finance. They are sponsored by over 80 commercial financial institutions, including banks, building societies and factors which cannot be accessed by SMEs directly. Your Consultant can offer help to try and negotiate the best rates and terms for your business.

In September, John Walker, National Chairman, Federation of Small Businesses, said:

'The message is clear - businesses want to grow and invest but they need a helping hand to do so. It is frustrating that bank finance is still difficult to get. More than 40 per cent of applicants have been refused in each quarter this year.'

Auditel can also deal with Research & Development tax credits to enhance your cash flow. These credits are the Government's way of encouraging exciting new products and services by helping to reduce some of the financial risk for technology companies. But only 2% of the eligible UK organisations are actually claiming! Thus £540 million is being lost in Scotland alone. In fact, all manufacturing sectors are entitled, including Electronics, Food & Drink, Games, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Product Design, Software, Oil and Gas, Textiles and Printing.

Companies usually take the traditional approach through their auditors, but Auditel's award-winning partner has recovered funds 10 and 20 times more. For example, a large confectionary manufacturer achieved a tax benefit of £25,000 through their accountants. Subsequently, the payback via Auditel's partner was £338,000. One of Auditel's consultants has saved clients over £1m in his short time with them.

Sometimes you may be in real need for some important documents. Why not store them all with Auditel's worldwide ISO-certified partner. They'll deliver them at any time day or night!  So, whatever your business needs, contact your local Auditel Consultant. It could be one of the best calls you have ever made.

As the Group Operations Director of Pizza Express said: "This is one company that really does deliver and I would have no hesitation in recommending Auditel to any business. Anyone not using the Auditel service may be placing itself at a disadvantage."

 

About Auditel

Established in 1994, Auditel is currently reducing financial waste and improving bottom line profits for thousands of organisations throughout the UK and Ireland across all areas of business expenditure. Their clients range from small businesses to global brands such as Pizza Express, YMCA and Oxford University. Auditel's flexible fee structure gives clients choice and the ability to manage cost and strategy for the long term.

More information: Norman Grossman, PR Officer, Auditel (UK) Ltd, St Paul's Gate, Cross Street, Winchester, SO23 8SZ. T: +44(0)7966-436717. E: [email protected]

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