With franchise offices across the U.S. P3 Cost Analysts has been helping companies across the nation determine if their spending on utility, telecom, waste and recycling, merchant processing, uniform/linen, managed print, shipping, and property tax expenses are correct and cost effective since 1991.
Steve has owned 3 business’s in the past, and spend the majority of his career in the Office Technology industry. He has been involved with several acquisitions, and startups, and enjoys the challenge of building a successful business. The last 3 years he has been consulting, and has recently become a P3 Franchisee.
He enjoys family, and has 4 children, 10 grandchildren, and 1 greatgrandchild. Family gatherings are a joy, and spending time playing sports and games with the family are a part of every gathering.
Steve is an active pilot, land enjoys flying various aircraft, including antiques, classics and WW-2 training aircraft. He tries to attend the EAA Air Adventure at Oshkosh each year, (along with 600,000 other people). He enjoys all sports, and still plays competitive Basketball a couple of times a week.
Steve and His wife Judy enjoy travel, especially to the Caribbean. They have been to many places, but enjoy Jamaica, and try to meet up friends there a couple of times a year.
At P3 Cost Analysts, we've worked with over 30,000 client l0cations around the country since 1991. Over the past 30+ years we've created a proprietary nationwide database of vendor benchmarks. We leverage this data, and the industry expertise of our leading category experts, to drive savings for our clients. We find savings at 9 out of every 10 clients we work with.
"Over the last 6+ years P3 has saved us over $600,000 in our pockets, after their fees. These guys go above and beyond for us."
"It was a no-lose situation. It was going to be a win no matter what. Either we verify we’re paying what we should pay, or we save money."
Medical Device Manufacturer
"We had nothing to lose to see what savings they could provide. They’ve produced over $181,000 in savings since 2015."
Public School District