Are You Paying Another Company's Phone Bills? Let's Talk about Errors in Your Phone Bills

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ORLANDO, Fla. - August 15 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Barbara Clements, President of Auditel Inc. of Florida (, recommends taking a closer look at your communication bills. Your bills may have hidden charges and telecom contracts that were signed without Management approval. With increased mergers, acquisitions, changes in Phone Company billing systems, telecom costs are on the rise. It's time for Management and their Accounts Payable Department to be on the alert for errors, over-billings, and tariff violations.

Caption: Barbara Clements, President of Auditel Inc. of FL.

"Many telecommunications auditing or consulting firms focus on specific high dollar billing errors," says Clements. "They're either unaware of other tariffs, or not interested in a full clean up. Since 1990 Auditel has provided detailed audits. We conduct full service audits, though they do take more time and manpower to accomplish. We analyze all the bills, present you with Auditel Telecom Software listing your advertised numbers, additional lines, circuits, alarms, modems, internet services, contracts, etc."

"We offer telecom auditing plus training. Most Purchasing Managers need training in order to make accurate decisions that affect their telecom bills. With added knowledge they're more confident and can now work as a team with their Telecom Service Manager discussing their needs with their providers bringing substantial savings. With so many large corporations outsourcing their bill payment and telecom order processing, it's time to focus on skills."

Auditel offers a telecom review to uncover mistakes in the Corporation's order provisioning. "We find a variety of errors in the telecom bills proving money is lost monthly averaging 36%. After our telecom analysis a company starts saving money monthly, followed by sizeable refunds and credits," adds Clements.

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Auditel provides consulting services and cost analysis of your current outsourcing services or Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) project. This independent review ensures your company is getting the services contracted for. There are many refunds just waiting to be collected and errors to be found by trained telecom experts. It's like having insurance built into your telecom department. It's better to have insurance and not need it, than find out you're paying for telecom services that aren't provided.

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