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PARCEL OPTIMIZATION

Imagine what a 20% savings on your parcel contract could mean.

Do you think your parcel contracts could be improved?

Want to know exactly how to negotiate them?

Enjoy performance-based fee structures?

Without expert insight, many parcel contracts end up being bloated. Proper parcel optimization can realize significant savings opportunities, but without the right analysis software, those savings are nearly impossible to uncover. Thankfully, Evans has an exclusive, proprietary partnership that brings quick savings to light for most parcel shippers.

Evans’ customers have special access to the services of Spend Management Experts (SME), a leading parcel spend management consultancy that leverages proprietary cost modeling technology to identify parcel savings opportunities of at least 20%. When transparency and understanding is brought to transportation spending, the savings add up quickly.

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4 simple steps to parcel savings:

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Your current parcel contracts are analyzed by SME’s proprietary software.

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Evans and SME present you with your savings opportunities.

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Equipped with SME’s data insights, you or SME negotiate the parcel carrier contract.

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You move ahead with support from SME.

How it Works:

Discovery

Customer provides parcel carrier contracts and invoices.

Analysis

SME conducts a non-cost, non-invasive preliminary analysis.

Engage

Service agreement executed.

Strategy

Kick-off meeting; savings strategy developed.

Execution

Savings strategy implemented; SME invoicing begins.

Advisory

SME provides ongoing strategic guidance.

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The right analysis software uncovers savings opportunities within your bloated parcel contracts. Evans is always open to evaluating your specific situation.

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