As you heard first-hand, contingent labor has become a vital component of today’s workforce. While companies reliance on contingent labor continues to rise, so too does the need to gain visibility into and effective management of this segment of the workforce.By implementing Vendor Management System (VMS) technology to automate and streamline the manual processes associated with acquiring and managing contingent labor and complex services spend, organizations gain unprecedented insight into their contingent workforce programs.
For businesses looking to introduce a Vendor Management System (VMS), a strong business case is key. Whether familiar with the technology or new to the space, it is essentail to articulate the value the solution provides. Citing recent industry research, practitioner lessons learned and best practice standards, this paper outlines four general categories, and supporting data, you should consider building into your own Vendor Management System (VMS) business case.
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