Keep more of your hard-earned revenue

99 Questions to Stop Spending More Than Your Competitors

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There’s hidden profit in your firm’s operating expenditures.

Uncover it in 99 Questions to Stop Spending More Than Your Competitors—A Law Firm’s Guide to Smartly Shrinking Vendor Spend.


99 questions book

This guide will jump start ideas to get a handle on your firm’s indirect spend with questions to help you:

  • Assess your current state of procurement effectiveness
  • Gain new insights into where your firm’s money is going
  • Manage your vendors from contract to invoicing
  • Monitor spend categories for continuous improvement

This is a must read for managing partners, procurement executives, finance executives and anyone else concerned with profitability challenges and opportunities.

Learn from authors, Len and Natalya

As experts in profit maximization through indirect spend management, Len Levy and Nat Berdzeni wrote 99 Questions to Stop Spending More Than Your Competitors after years of experience gained working with major corporations, Am Law 200 firms and other professional service organizations.


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Share this link with your department and practice heads. Watch how effective your next financial planning and budgeting meetings will be with 99 Questions to Stop Spending More Than Your Competitors to prompt more meaningful discussion.

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What our readers say

“With more than 30 years of purchasing experience, I can say “Stop Spending More Than Your Competitors” is a business book that is a comprehensive guide, full of information, expressed in clear and easy to understand terms.”

Fran Mackaravitz


“CCM has been an excellent partner in our procurement process for a number of years. The robustness of their databases has been extremely helpful in allowing us to effectively benchmark our purchases in a number of areas and thereby obtain very competitive pricing for those products.”


Michael Denkensohn


“An insightful examination of the key issues procurement leaders should be asking themselves every day.”

Lewis J. Migliore