Vendor Spotlight: Schooley Mitchell

From the Desk of Evan Berk

It’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through 2017. If you’re anything like me, there are projects that you meant to get to, but just haven’t had the time. Reviewing your telecommunication and merchant services costs may well be on that list.

If you have that nagging feeling that your monthly phone charges are out of hand, or that you’re paying too much for credit card merchant services, you’re not alone. The truth is that most of us just ignore this, even though it can be costing us thousands of dollars a month.

That’s why I am passing along information on Richard Pitoscia of Schooley Mitchell, who helps his clients to profit by making sure they don’t pay more than they should for telecom and merchant services. Schooley Mitchell is completely independent, is vendor agnostic, and only gets paid a percentage of what they save you. If they don’t find savings for you, there’s no fee for their services.

Richard and the Schooley Mitchell team will work on your behalf to get answers to the following questions:

  • Are there errors in your bills?
  • Are your contract terms being met by your vendors?
  • Are you paying for redundant services?
  • Do you have the best prices for all your services?

You can contact Richard directly at 732-225-2179 or e-mail him at

Have any IT related questions or concerns? Call me at 973-944-5000, x1002, or e-mail me at

About The Author

Evan BerkEvan Berk is Managing Partner at Certus Technologies, an IT Managed and Cloud Services firm that specializes in helping clients dramatically improve their business productivity.

Evan is passionate about simplifying and demystifying complex Information Technology systems and believes that the best IT systems should make our lives easier and more productive, both in the workplace and at home. He can be contacted at or at 973-944-5000.

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