How to very easily save money on contracts with NoticeMe

Subscriptions and contracts can be annoying. Especially those that are automatically prolonged. Haven’t we all had that one contract that seemed like it was a good idea at the time, but forgot to cancel it at the right moment? And now we’re stuck with it for another year? Whether it is a phone subscription, car insurance or maintenance contract, you just forgot about it. But no more!

Contract hassles

As a business owner, you have many different contracts to handle. It is practically impossible to have all this information at hand, at all times. Each contract has a different duration and cancellation policy, which require constant vigilance. Acting too late can cost you a lot of money and can mean a lot of extra work.

You could use a purchasing service, but for most business owners this solution is way too expensive. And existing software solutions focus on the software itself, instead of the service that you are looking for.

An automated solution

NoticeMe offers a simple and effective solution for real-time contract management. It shows all of your contracts in an orderly way, and offers easy-to-use functionality to keep the related documents up-to-date at all time.

Furthermore, by rating the suppliers of your contracts, you not only help yourself, but also the other NoticeMe users. NoticeMe monitors the quality of suppliers in your area, which means it can offer you high-rated alternatives when your contract ends or you are unhappy with a certain supplier.

About NoticeMe

NoticeMe was conceived and developed by Joanneke van Veen. She has years of professional experience in process optimization and restructuring companies, was runner-up for the Best Female CEO and has won the national award for Best Small Business. Getting started is easy, just visit notice-me.com!

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