Alliance Cost Containment opens new office serving Metro Detroit

Cost-savings analysis and consulting firm Alliance Cost Containment announces its expansion into the Metro Detroit market. Offering a proprietary cost-cutting analysis service, ACC quickly helps small to mid-sized businesses and non-profit organizations save money in their daily operations.

Owner Curtis Kuttnauer hopes to fast track Metro Detroit clients to better profits. Kuttnauer, a Franklin native, signed on with the Lexington, KY, organization earlier this year, enthused over the significant results area businesses can realize in a short period of time, impacting profit margin on a long term basis, and subsequently allowing for increased business value, reinvestment, growth and stability.

“Business owners need every advantage right now to keep costs under control and to increase their profit margin. Where we can help is in identifying and cutting indirect expenses to even lower rates, tapping into the purchasing power of all ACC clients nationwide, for savings on common expenses.” Kuttnauer said.

Using ACC’s proprietary benchmarking analysis, Kuttnauer can identify where savings can be realized and then negotiate lower rates with vendors, using a number of channels provided by ACC. ACC services are on a contingency-basis, so the client does not pay anything until savings are realized.

Kuttnauer’s diverse business management experience provides immediate capability and experience to area organizations, regardless of industry.  His previous business success includes 16 years with IBM, as Regional Sales Manager and Financial Consultant, Owner of Golden Circle Consultants LLC, and Kuttnauer Search Group, as well as board and financial leadership positions for several non-profit organizations in Michigan. The bottom line, he indicates, is that “Every dollar saved is a dollar of profit.”

For information, contact Curtis Kuttnauer, Alliance Cost Containment at 248-896-8600 x300, email or visit the website at

Alliance Cost Containment (ACC) was formed in 1992 to help small and mid-sized businesses reduce their procurement costs on non-core supplies and services. Since then, ACC has saved money for more than 1,000 manufacturers, service firms and nonprofits across the U.S