UMS is creative about sniffing out your best prices — and then going in and getting the job done.
No matter what you’re grappling with — dramatic budget cuts, ongoing personnel and budget constraints, or a “once in a lifetime” alarming event — UMS can help.
On one level, achieving budget efficiency is fairly simple. It’s about making sure you’re paying the best price for what you need. The problem is that getting to that answer is a complicated process. Many organizations don’t have the internal specialists they need to get to those answers — and, just as important — to stay there year after year.
Universal Management Solutions (UMS) is dedicated to making the cost- and time-saving process quick and easy — and to providing long-term budgetary benefits for our clients. We’re also here to help you create and implement “better and faster” processes that work more efficiently now — and will be a solid but flexible springboard for your future goals and growth.
our service philosophy
First and foremost, we are dedicated to helping our customers save as much money as possible — and to be as efficient as possible. We specialize in making recommendations — and creating processes — that work best for our customers … for now and for their future.
Optimizing a budget isn’t just about saving money. To us, right-purchasing is about ensuring that you’re buying the resources you need and use — now and in the future. This often involves helping you make strategic decisions, like how to position yourself safely to evolve away from costly equipment, software, or services — and move forward into more efficient processes and technologies. We are dedicated to helping customers move beyond tactical one-time cost savings to creating easily-repeatable budget optimizing and efficiency programs. To deliver long-term benefits, we offer managed services that cover all your vendor agreements — across your entire organization — so you can easily manage your assets year after year.
When UMS right-sized our software spend, we ended up saving about $23 million.