Moneyline UK

Contact: Colin Griffiths – Financial Controller
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Inteb Managed Services is enabling national company Moneyline UK to benefit from changes in the energy markets following the recent completion of its energy procurement work.

By helping the company to transfer its electricity and gas contracts, Moneyline will be able to save money against standard tariff rates by tendering the supplies and negotiating best prices and contract terms with a shortlist of energy suppliers.

The business will also be able to reduce the amount of administrative time needed to renew energy contracts at a busy time of the year.

One of the key reasons that Moneyline decided to work with Inteb was because of its ethical and transparent company ethos along with its open and honest approach to energy procurement in particular.

Moneyline offers a responsible way to borrow money – and save – for people who may not have access to mainstream credit; borrowing is based on affordability. Their ethical approach to business, they say, clearly resonated with that of Inteb.

Moneyline has a number of sites located across the UK, including Birkenhead, the location of Inteb’s head office. The inclusion of this local branch in the procurement process enabled Moneyline to benefit from Inteb’s involvement as preferred utilities partner with Birkenhead First where local businesses can benefit from a free energy check to potentially reduce their energy bills by as much as 25 per cent.

Key Points

Using the IntebMS Energy Bureau solution, we were able to:

  • Save money on our electricity and gas contracts
  • Reduce the time needed to test the market and find the best prices
  • Use an industry expert to help us settle our contracts at the right time
  • Accurately budget and forecast for our utility expenditure for the year ahead
  • Be completely clear about what we are paying for the services provided

One of the key reasons that Moneyline decided to work with Inteb was because of its ethical and transparent company ethos along with its open and honest approach to energy procurement in particular.