Strategic Resource Management (SRM)

With over 30 years of experience we are experts at significantly reducing your costs with our unique and proven propriety data and expertise. There is no one like us and as far as we know no-one does what we do in the UK and Europe, and we’re still relatively unknown, until now, but things are quickly changing as Leading organisations begin using SRMs unique services in the payments space.

What do we do – We significantly reduce your costs without putting your people at risk. SRM’s initial assessment of whether an opportunity exists comes at no-cost, with no risk.

How do we do it – We work with you to help reduce your major supplier costs through tried and tested methodologies and propriety data built over 30-years across payment schemes, processors, core banking platforms and much more. Many large organisations only consider renegotiating their large supplier contracts every 5-10-years, often with new procurement and business teams who understandably have limited knowledge on what the never-ending line-item costs should be, and – importantly – no wider view on what innovation clauses should be to guarantee the best partnership and financial terms with major suppliers. At SRM, we have worked successfully with thousands of Financial Institutions (most with repeat engagements) to ensure they are getting an accurate and transparent view of their costs and what suppliers should be committing to, to ensure they secure Industry leading arrangements.

All too often costs and charges Banks and other payments organisations pay are unclear at best, or opaque and reactive at worst. At SRM, we can ensure this is corrected and the hidden opportunity is surfaced, delivered, and tracked resulting in very large sums returned to the bottom line. Where fees are paid to Card Scheme providers and complex technology contracts are in place, you should definitely be speaking to SRM as we can unlock large amounts of capital over many years without putting your people at risk. We support many visionary CEOs, CFOs, CPOs, COOs and Payments Heads within leading institutions to deliver significant value: so, let’s open a conversation.



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