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Advanced VMS Users Require Enhanced Change Management Practices

A Smooth Transition: Advanced VMS Users Require Enhanced Change Management Practices

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January 25, 2017

You know the drill. Upper management announces that an integral business system is changing. Even though the users may have complained about the old system or it didn’t meet your business objectives any longer, it was familiar. Like a comfortable, old sweater, users just turned to it and took certain actions in the systems, often  Click for full story…

contingent workforce trends 2017

Talent and Technology: Where is the Contingent Workforce Headed in 2017?

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January 12, 2017

Ten, even five, years ago, most business executives would not dare dream that we would be living in a world in which 38% of the average organization’s total workforce is considered contract, contingent or non-employee in some manner. However, the workforce landscape evolves and – in an age fueled by the “gig economy” – the  Click for full story…

Opening up a Whole New World: Bringing Talent Marketplaces in to the Vendor Management System

Opening up a Whole New World: Bringing Talent Marketplaces in to the Vendor Management System

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January 5, 2017

Employee-centric organizations are designing jobs around people based on their skills, abilities and what they’re good at. When planning to align people and their skills with the task at hand, an organization may allow internal employees to choose the projects and assignments that meet their areas of expertise. This may sound easy when applied to  Click for full story…

Time to Invest in New Vendor Management System Technology

Cuckoo, Cuckoo, Cuckoo – Is it Time to Invest in New Vendor Management System Technology?

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December 13, 2016

You’ve had your Vendor Management System (VMS) for years. It’s your go-to solution for all your contingent worker needs. And it works pretty well for those purposes. But now you’re moving into services procurement and using that same old trusty software isn’t as handy for services. It doesn’t quite do what you want it to  Click for full story…