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How to Decide Whether to Internally Manage Your MSP Program

To Manage or Not to Manage, That is the Question: How to Decide Whether to Internally Manage Your MSP Program

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February 10, 2017

If you feel challenged by the need to select a Managed Services Provider (MSP) along with your Vendor Management System, you’re not alone. The whole lengthy exercise of vetting various vendors to assess their capabilities, watching their presentations and demos and checking out the references they provided could all prove worthwhile when you need to  Click for full story…

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The Icing on the 2016 Cake: DCR Recognized as One of the “20 Most Promising Procurement Solution Providers 2016”

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January 10, 2017

“It’s a great honor to select DCR Workforce as one of the 20 Most Promising Procurement Solution Providers 2016,” said Jeevan George, Managing Editor of CIOReview, when announcing the recognition which appreciates our exhibition of extensive business process knowledge combined with innovative strategies. “DCR’s technology solutions provide insight, innovation and intelligence that manages cost, mitigates  Click for full story…

The Gig Economy’s Impact on Both Procurement and HR

Guest Blog – The Gig Economy’s Impact on Both Procurement and HR

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October 14, 2016

There’s no doubt about the growth of the contingent workforce. New Ardent Partners research has discovered that 38% of the world’s total workforce falls into this non-employee category, representing another sharp shift in the greater world of talent. The “gig economy” has become a hot phrase in the business world, thrown around by major market  Click for full story…

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A Real Makeover for HAL 9000 – AI Computers to Manage Cognitive Procurement

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August 11, 2016

Artificial intelligence (AI) as a technology had lay people associating it with the chillingly villainous HAL 9000 or the indestructible and highly destructive Terminator! Fortunately, the negative press hasn’t stopped the continued interest in developing the necessary algorithms to create machine learning technology that drives cars on busy streets, or plays winning games of chess  Click for full story…