Let it be. The Beatles certainly thought that was a good idea. However, given the state of today’s economy, shaking things up instead of maintaining the status quo can be a great financial decision for a law firm. That’s what you should do with your facilities management operation — shake things up — it can pay off in a big way.

Since the economy has been struggling, many firms are realizing that they might get more favorable pricing and terms if they investigate all the options available to them; because vendors are hungry for business and their current providers want to keep them as clients.

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