Matrix case study


Communications, Technology, and Utilities

Delivering improved efficiencies and cost reduction to a leading utility business

Matrix is the UK’s leading energy management company with a proven track record of delivering extremely impressive results. Matrix is unique in that the company operates the most advanced, resilient, state of the art Energy Management Centre (EMC).

The EMC not only houses a team of expert engineers, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, acting as first line support, its systems also provide a central hub for all client data including energy usage, alarm status, carbon reporting, invoice validation and project tracking.

Exploring a variety of cost categories, Expense Reduction Analysts worked with the Financial Director Simon Oldfield and his team in order to deliver Value Through Insight, based on the expertise and knowledge of the industry specialists within our network.

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“As a business, we are growing fast. We’re a consultancy, so we have no real overheads, but we do have many indirect costs. Two of our biggest business challenges are keeping control of those costs as we grow, whilst at the same time empowering rather than inhibiting that expansion. Clive and his team have helped hugely in controlling costs, whilst also equipping us to grow the business at the rate that we want.”

Simon Oldfield, FD

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