Cannon Care Homes
Cannon Care Homes deliver outstanding nursing and dementia care across three sites in Devon.
What we did
We first worked with Cannon Care Homes to reduce energy expenditure. Following significant cost reductions, Cannon wanted to unify their waste management and merchant services and reduce costs further. Tied into existing contracts, this wasn’t quick to achieve, but with multiple services managed through one supplier point of contact, there were clear benefits. This resulted in a tailored cost management package across three services.
We aligned all contract end dates on 100% renewable energy tariffs. We established waste management contract terms, with a focus on clinical waste, to enable billing queries to be dealt with promptly. With the business being new to taking card payments, we setup a merchant account, provided terminals and provided full in-person training across three sites. In total, Cannon Care Homes have made an annual saving of over £5000 per year across energy and merchant services. And, with only one point of contact across three services and their dedicated Unyfi account manager just a phone call away, they have freed up a significant amount of time.
what our customers say
Before using Unyfi, our utility contracts had a variety of contract end dates, which led to an inefficient use of our time. Unyfi aligned all of our renewal dates, allowing us to focus more of our attention on other areas of the business
Jackie Gooding - Finance Manager - Cannon Care Homes
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