Another Global Company Selects a Vendor-Neutral Model

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A company that provides a digital catalogue platform has gained immense popularity within recent years for its cutting edge social network design and web based content. With over 500+ global employees, 33% of its workforce is comprised of contingent labor. Due to this significant non-employee base, the company’s stakeholders emphasized the need for a proven Managed Services Program (MSP) and Vendor Management Software (VMS) solution to manage its contingent workforce.

The goal was to help maximize cost-savings, streamline contractor onboarding, deliver non-employee visibility, and improve multichannel sourcing capabilities. In order to meet these objectives, they selected to partner with PRO Unlimited, a purely vendor-neutral and integrated MSP/VMS model.

The Vendor-Neutral Contingent Workforce Solution

The implementation of PRO’s proven software and managed services program enabled this organization to quickly realize the following:

  • Total visibility into contingent labor spend through data analysis and business intelligence that includes key performance metrics, on and off boarding, streamlining, understanding turnover/retention, benchmarking and spend analytics.
  • Cost optimization and process evaluation through its tailored managed services program management consulting and best practices.

Inquire at info@prounlimited.com to discover the other key benefits this organization attained with PRO’s purely vendor-neutral and integrated contingent workforce model.

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