What’s Next? DCR Announces its Partnership with nextSource | DCR Workforce Blog

What’s Next? DCR Announces its Partnership with nextSource

The adage two heads are better than one couldn’t be truer. So, with that in mind, I’m pleased to announce that we have a strategic partnership with nextSource, which will provide Managed Service Provider (MSP) services in conjunction with DCR’s Smart Track VMS.

The complementary partnership will allow clients to access services to provide a faster, more efficient implementation process for their engagements. You can read the details of the partnership with nextSource here.

As a truly vendor-neutral Vendor Management System solution provider, we will continue to partner with top-of-the-line MSPs, so clients can manage all the key functions of a VMS/MSP through one unified user experience with true neutrality, so bias is eliminated.

There’s nothing like a strong partnership to add value for our clients. And as we continue to innovate and collaborate to give our clients the best technology solution to manage their contingent workforce and services procurement needs, it’s great to work with partners who also strive to be best-in-class.

We’re excited to offer our clients the opportunity to work in one ecosystem and deliver exceptional customer service.

The more we work on developing partnerships with complementary resources, the more we can be your one-stop-shop for total contingent workforce management.

You can expect to hear more from nextSource here in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.

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Richard is a veteran of the staffing and managed services industry who brings data, processes and results to engagement. He’s a Six Sigma enthusiast with genuine curiosity for how to make things work better relative to client expectations. Richard contributes to youth education programs and youth sports because he believes healthy, positive competition builds strong leadership and teamwork skills. He also enjoys a good lateral thinking riddle.