Szkoła Wyższa Psychologii Społecznej- University of Social Sciences and Humanities – is one of the leading scientific research centres in Poland. The University has the highest number of academic qualifications of all private schools in the country and boasts outstanding teaching staff.
The University has been open for many years to new solutions and cooperation with businesses (currently collaborating with 273 companies). This modern approach to education is reflected in the success of graduates and highly valued by employers.
Expense Reduction Analysts was commissioned to investigate overhead costs with a special emphasis on administration-related expenses.
“Our collaboration on the project with Expense Reduction Analysts was very successful. The University, a leading education institution in Poland, focuses on raising education standards; this means that dealing with cost optimization is not one of our key competences. Expense Reduction Analysts has demonstrated remarkable knowledge and skills to help us obtain measurable financial benefits”, explains Małgorzata Wróblewska, Chancellor of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
A detailed analysis identified the key areas where action was needed to reduce costs. Expense Reduction Analysts consultant Jerzy Kusina focused on the development of a new framework for cooperation with the security, office supplies and photocopy service providers. Thanks to this action, the project implemented generated cost reduction on office supplies by as much as 34%. Other remarkable results were savings of 29% on photocopying services and 30% on security services.
With great attention to detail and a high level of service, Expense Reduction Analysts expert Marcin Gędziorowski implemented measures to reduce expenses linked to facility cleaning; the University noted that the savings reached 32% in the category.
The University of Social Sciences and Humanities was able to save a total of 368,000zł (87,275 Euros) within the first year of collaboration with Expense Reduction Analysis.