A word from G&L CEO, Jeannie Caruso:
Of all the fine G&L Business Partner companies G&L is honored each year to work with, Virtual Procurement Services is a unique and powerful business partner for all of us. Bottom line, the methodology and approach VPS takes to save companies money, is hands down risk free and absolutely worth reviewing whether you are a property or a vendor, especially at this unusual time when every single dollar is precious. If VPS can’t save you money, you don’t pay. In addition, VPS does not replace staff, in fact it’s the opposite. They work with your team to ensure you maximize your savings, on current, potential or past contracts, yes past contracts.
At the end of the day: Scott’s offer in his letter below is absolutely free, this is not too good to be true. There is no cost associated. Period.
Here are a few words from one of the best humans I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing, CEO of VPS, Scott Robins on how he can help each of us right this very minute:
The true spirit of our Gaming & Hospitality industry can be captured in one word: Community. Tribal organizations, commercial operators, vendors, consultants, and partners, all working together to create memorable experiences for our guests, supportive working environments for our team members, and secure and efficient operations for our owners and stakeholders.
As part of that community effort, Virtual Procurement Services (VPS) is currently providing FREE IT vendor continuity support to our clients whose operations have been temporarily suspended due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We would like to offer this same resource to the entire Native American community, both gaming and non-gaming, as well as commercial properties – free of charge – until they no longer require it.
Having navigated many of these same challenges for our clients during past service disruptions, VPS knows how critically important it is for organizations to preserve good vendor relationships during a shutdown. Our experience has shown that leveraging VPS to maintain vendor communications – quickly – has been key for our clients in hitting the ground running once their businesses and operations reopen.
¬¬¬Because VPS will remain fully operational, we will continue to have the resources to proactively maintain communications with the IT vendor community, managing existing and upcoming contractual obligations for each organization we represent. Our role will be to:
• Stay ahead of upcoming hardware and software renewal deadlines and extend them at no cost, wherever we can, until properties come back online.
• We will also aim to, “stop the clock,” with vendors to preserve the unused portion of their IT contracts during this pause in utilization.
We are offering these services to our Tribal Government and Casino/Resort and commercial resort community, at no cost, for as long as their operations are impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
If you believe our vendor continuity support services would be helpful to your organization, please email John Torres at email@example.com or call (203) 202–3523.
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