Contract Negotiations

As an agent for your community bank or credit union, Jimmy Outlaw, of J. Outlaw Consulting, compares vendor programs, reviews contracts, and negotiates with check vendors to reduce cost and bring in new revenue. Over 35 years in the financial services industry gives Jimmy the experience and insight to expertly negotiate on your behalf. His expertise has saved clients millions of dollars.

The J. Outlaw Consulting process is simple and straightforward. Invest one hour up-front to provide contract details, and business goals. Jimmy takes it from there and manages every aspect of your vendor contract negotiations. One more hour to review final results is all the time it takes to complete the process. Let J. Outlaw Consulting handle the nuts and bolts of your vendor agreements, and free up your team to focus on your business.

And we’re with you for the duration of the contract term. If you have questions along the way, just give us a call.

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Personal Service

Our team is your team for the entire process. We provide clear information and ongoing support. Some benefits:

35+ years in the business 100%
No hidden costs, no gimmicks 100%
Expedient review and negotiations 100%
Call us any time 100%

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Marketing & Creative

The J. Outlaw Creative & Marketing Team brings together 25+ years of experience in design, marketing, branding, content and strategy. Just like when working with Jimmy, we provide one-on-one personalized and personal service. You’ll work directly with Kerry Fulton and Shannon Gomez to bring your next big idea to life. This dynamic duo has worked together for many years, supporting clients like BB&T Bank to create their award-winning “Bank on Your Success Program,” and U. S. Bank to develop a ground-breaking multiple trigger email campaign for first-time homebuyers. They’ve also worked with Wells Fargo, Huntington Bank and BancorpSouth to create email campaigns, landing pages, promotions and content libraries.