Procurement Strategies – Optimizing Contingent Labor Spend

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With businesses spending approximately $800 billion annually on gig work, there’s a lot of money at stake — and opportunities for businesses to drive cost-savings and maximize the value of their contingent workforces.

However, companies may be unaware of the cost-savings they can actually realize within their contingent workforce management programs.

The Sourcing Industry Group (SIG) has asked PRO Unlimited and the Former Director of Procurement for Novartis to lead a session on this very topic in Washington, D.C. This Summit pulls in the industry’s leading procurement professionals to discuss the latest and greatest topics and trends.

This session examines 4 areas in which procurement professionals can save millions in hard dollar cost-savings for their organization.

  • How to use analytics to understand worker costs, determine the best way to engage talent from both a cost and quality perspective, and how and when to source talent
  • The cost-advantages of self-sourcing strategies; how companies are leveraging technology and their own brand power to drive millions of dollars in annual savings
  • The benefits of selecting a vendor-neutral program and how it ensures a level playing field to create a competitive environment for sourcing labor
  • How to drive unmatched value and savings in SOW Management via a MSP (e.g. benchmarking and negotiation)

If you would like to discuss any of the above in greater detail, we would love to set up a consultation with you. Please inquire at info@prounlimited.com for a consultation and/or to request the conference presentation!

Disclaimer: The content in this blog post is for informational purposes only and cannot be construed as specific legal advice or as a substitute for legal advice. The blog post reflects the opinion of PRO Unlimited and is not to be construed as legal solutions and positions. Contact an attorney for specific advice and guidance for specific issues or questions.

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