Strategic Resource Management

Vendor Cost Benchmarking and Negotiation Services

Silver Partner

Strategic Resource Management (SRM) is the NAFCU Services Preferred Partner for Vendor Cost Benchmarking and Negotiation Services

Products and Services

  • SRM specializes in identifying previously undiscovered opportunities for growth or savings, aligning expenses with their proprietary benchmarking process, and fostering supplier partnerships with a focus on quality and long-term stability.  

    Using a proven spectrum of sourcing, procurement, and revenue-enhancement services designed to help reduce operating expenses and optimize efficiency, SRM has distinguished itself in the field.

  • Founded in 1992, Strategic Resource Management, Inc., is an independent professional services firm that draws on extensive experience, market insight, and a robust, proprietary benchmarking database to help clients all across the U.S. and Canada reduce costs and improve revenue. For more information,

    What Credit Unions are Saying About SRM   

    "SRM was easy and professional to work with. Our involvement with SRM has been well worthwhile, with financial benefits that have and will continue to have significant positive impact on our expenses and bottom line."
    - Jim Doig, President/CEO, Sidney Federal Credit Union (Sidney, NY)

    “We have 14 areas that we are working through. The first and biggest contract provided savings and financial relief well beyond anything we ever expected. If we saved nothing from the other 13 initiatives, I am still a hero here with my CEO and the Board and the rest of the senior team. I am a FAN of SRM.”
    - Keith Malbrue, CIO, Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union (St. Paul, MN)

    “I don’t think people realize how much money SRM can actually generate. Just the first project made a huge difference to our bottom line.”
    - Todd Brown, Chief Financial Officer, Teachers Credit Union (South Bend, IN)

    "Our experience was positive. The branding project delivered exactly what SRM said it would”
    - Rich Arnold, Vice President of Finance, Capital Educators Credit Union (Meridian, ID)