Electrolux Expands Access to Quality Contingent Talent

Using a VMS and MSP together

Global appliance manufacturer Electrolux relies on more than 58,000 employees globally to achieve its vision. Always looking for people able to translate this vision into action, Electrolux augments its full-time employees with non-employees, contingent labor, and SOW workers. To standardize and improve the way they chose suppliers for their innovative Consultancy Services Program, they chose TAPFIN as their managed services provider (MSP) and implemented IQN VMS.
  • Learn how IQN VMS realized cost savings through an open bidding strategy and demand management visualization
  • Read how the system ensures compliance with internal governance controls and legal requirements
  • Understand how a more efficient payment process improved cashflow through extended payment terms
“We chose the IQN VMS platform as it proved to be an easy-to-work-with tool and scalable with our growing needs. We also got along well with the team from the start.” - Electrolux HQ Purchasing Manager   For more details, download our Client Success Story.

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