Published: June 23, 2021, 14:27 Updated: July 20, 2021, 09:50The lower pace of the summer is a good opportunity to think calmly about the company's future. What can you do smarter and where is money to save? Why not take the opportunity to look at the company's subscription agreement for telephony and IT? There is a lot to gain here. Offertway gives tips on how to proceed. Read more about the way to the right agreement – Negotiating company agreements for communication services can be demanding. It takes time to call around and you should preferably also be a good negotiator. We wanted to change that to make the market fairer, says Mathias Winberg. Together with colleague Jonas Lundqvist, he founded Offertway. It is an independent digital service that makes it easier for companies to compare prices and terms on quotes for business services such as telephony, exchange, broadband, digital services and driving records.
They have tried to make the service as easy as possible. – You just fill in a digital form and answer some questions about the business's subscription needs. It only takes a minute. Within 48 hours, you will receive quotes from up to four selected retailers and can go through them in peace and quiet, says Mathias Winberg. – It is entirely up to you if you want to proceed with any of these, it is not a requirement. But the cost savings are usually significant – up to 40 percent – so most people want it. When you then return from holiday, it is quick to get the new agreement and savings in place, which gives a nice start to the autumn. Jonas Lundqvist and Mathias Winberg, founders of Offertway.
Big differences in the agreements
Before Mathias Winberg and Jonas Lundqvist started Offertway, they conducted a survey in which they studied 100 companies and their telephony costs and needs. It turned out that there was an average difference of over 40 percent in monthly costs for company subscriptions with exactly the same content – with one and the same operator. Nor did they find a clear link between business segments and costs. Regardless of the size of the company, the companies also felt that it was difficult to get in touch with the mobile operator and gain control of their agreements. – It confirmed that we were on the right track. Doing the preparatory work on your own takes a long time and is difficult. The companies they spoke to also thought it was tricky to find the right one among retailers, says Jonas Lundqvist. – But by using our service, everything becomes easier. You can not only lower the price but also improve the terms and content of the service so that it is right for you. You connect a local dealer to you and if problems arise, you get the service and support required.Read more about the way to the right agreement