A Way to Save on Vendor Contracts

Credit unions are in the business of saving money for their members.

It’s part of the mission, yet, as the cost of business increases, there is an increasing need for credit unions to look at their expenses. One way to do that is to look closely at vendor contracts. Have you examined your printer and copier expenses lately?

By applying the credit union mantra of “people helping people,” NuQuo is a business helping businesses. The company takes an in-depth look at lease-and-service agreements for printer and copier services that can help credit unions save money. It’s one way your colleagues are optimizing processes to control costs. NuQuo reviews print and copy contracts and a year of billing statements to find savings for credit unions, with zero out-of-pocket expense. The company’s only earnings are a share of the savings it generates for credit unions.

Leaders at iQ Credit Union in Vancouver asked NuQuo to complete a free cost-savings analysis of their current printer and copier costs, which resulted in the credit union saving not only money but valuable employee hours.

“NuQuo was able to provide iQ Credit Union with copier industry expertise that we could have never expected to possess internally. They guided our organization with ease through the entire process, and in the end, saved us valuable time and money,” said Kari Stansberry, iQ Credit Union Senior Vice President.

Questions about NuQuo and how it can help? Contact NWCUA’s Strategic Partnerships Manager Corina Ruiz at cruiz@nwcua.org to learn more.