Expense Reduction Solutions delivers results to Blairsville businesses
Alexander Buehler and Andrew Turnage have recently opened a new business in the Blairsville, Georgia called Expense Reduction Solutions, Inc. The company introduces a new concept in cost containment and expense reduction for small and medium sized businesses in the tri-state area.
"We help companies save money. They can't loose because we don't charge any fees. We simply share in the savings during a one year period." Says Buehler. "In eight weeks, we will cut operating costs and increase the bottom line."
Expense Reduction Solutions provides contingency-based services for businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Using the Alliance Cost Containment Process, results are guaranteed . Most companies experience immediate cost reductions of up to 40% in target areas. Buehler and Turnage perform a thorough review of all operating costs. Once the analysis is complete, they actively negotiate the current prices with both existing suppliers and selected new suppliers. Benefits include an immediate profit enhancement. "It is a win - win opportunity." Says Buehler.
The partners come prepared with great qualifications. Buehler has over fifteen years of consulting and project management experience. He has worked with Fortune 100 companies worldwide to reduce their operating costs and raise customer satisfaction ratings. Buehler is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and holds a Master's degree in International Management. He currently lives in the Choestoe area of Union County, with his wife, Joy. They are living their childhood dream of calling the North Georgia Mountains "home."
Turnage, born and raised in Blairsville, Georgia brings more than seven years of program management experience to the business. His behavioral science knowledge helps clients meet their exact needs. His previous business experience lends expertise in the distribution, consumer finance, environmental, e-commerce, and printing industries. Turnage graduated from Young Harris College and went on to North Georgia College in Dahlonega to receive his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree.