Video: Why Use an MSP and VMS?

POSTED BY PRO UNLIMITED | JULY 16TH, 2020

In this short video, you’ll learn about the benefits of utilizing an MSP and VMS to manage your organization’s contingent workforce:



To learn more about how leading organizations are using PRO’s unique integrated MSP/VMS to drive program success, check out these case studies:

1) “Leading with a Diverse Contingent Workforce Management Strategy Creates $7M in Cost Savings

2) “Using Mobile to Improve Time to Fill: 3 Case Studies

3) “Global Technology Company Achieves $25.7M in Contingent Workforce Cost Savings


Video Transcript: Why Use an MSP and VMS?

Many companies struggle with identifying how much they spend on external labor. They also lack the resources and expertise to effectively manage these workers. One reason is that external labor can consist of many types of labor categories. The spend for these external resources is often in the millions — or even more. When unmanaged, this area of business often creates risks for the organization. Management processes are inconsistent, and companies overpay for services. Many companies partner with a Managed Services Provider (MSP) to assist. The MSP consolidates and manages all aspects associated with external labor. An MSP will often utilize a technology called a vendor management system (VMS). The VMS automates & optimizes key workforce management processes. An integrated MSP/VMS typically drives significant cost savings. It also mitigates risk, improves talent quality, enables spend tracking & more. PRO Unlimited has been providing MSP & VMS services for nearly 30 years. We partner with clients so they can focus on their core business competencies. And strategically use the contingent workforce to help win the war for talent.



If you’re interested in learning more about how PRO is helping organizations implement winning contingent workforce programs globally, please contact a PRO representative at 800.291.1099 or email at info@prounlimited.com.

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