They indicated that they were doing just fine, and had a perfect solution to a client objecting to coming on-board with their service. Going after ADP and Paychex clients -- their price is, of course lower, service better, etc... The statement they use is:
The moral of the story is that in every situation, there is a bright side. Here are a few on-topic ideas I've gathered up to share with you:
"We want to offer you an excellent deal, lowering your cost for this service while everything else you are paying for is on the rise."
- Offer a sweet deal on Direct Deposit in order to reduce your postage costs. Tell the clients outright that you are trying to avoid raising your prices as the increased cost of fuel increases your delivery expenses.
- Create a marketing plan that uses my client's concept. Go after clients that need a break. You can still make an excellent profit as you undercut the big guys. They will be grateful, and so will you. You are in this together as you weather the storm of the coming "economic downturn."
- Find a new partner to work with that provides a service to your clients that they will love. If it adds revenue to your pocket, and costs the client nothing -- all the better!