VMS

Ariba and Fieldglass VMS no longer operating separately

|April 10th, 2019|

Procurement software provider SAP Ariba and contingent workforce vendor management system SAP Fieldglass will no longer operate as separate entities. What that means to the ecosystem.

Benchmarks: VMS spend by client

|November 28th, 2018|

The majority VMS spend in 2017 was via VMS clients that spent more than $100 million, and have more than 10,000 employees.

Back to the future

|November 7th, 2018|

What’s past is prologue, as Shakespeare wrote. SIA’s Bryan Peña revisits predictions made in 2008 as he looks at what’s ahead for the industry now.

Procurement software firm buys VMS provider DCR workforce

|September 12th, 2018|

The acquisition could be a watershed moment for the industry, signaling a potential shift away from traditional MSP partners

Tracking data across applications

|January 24th, 2018|

As programs expand their service portfolios, they rely on more than the VMS to manage their workforce. Considerations when evaluating business intelligence systems to process data discovery and analysis integration capabilities.

Incomplete missions in 2017? Make them part of your 2018 program roadmap

|November 29th, 2017|

Most companies have a formal performance review process that includes self-reflection on the part of the employee. Such a process can be applied at the program level to help map out the coming year.

Close the loop

|May 24th, 2017|

Justifying bringing statement-of-work contracts into your centralized management program.

VMS: New horizons

|May 24th, 2017|

Beeline and IQNavigator made waves in the ecosystem last year when they announced their merger. Six months in, CEO Doug Leeby tells Staffing Industry Review about the market response and how the game has changed from three VMS global players to two.

The global myth

|May 17th, 2017|

Companies branching out beyond their national borders often claim “global” status. Why that label is a misnomer and why seeking out multiple MSPs might make for the most optimal service delivery.

Private equity recapitalizes VMS/MSP provider

|May 10th, 2017|

Private equity firm Harvest Partners acquired a stake in Pro Unlimited, securing a $450 million loan to invest in the VMS/MSP provider.