Many relationships start with the best intentions and the promise of forever. But sometimes, we lose sight of that along the way. Your relationship with your VMS provider is no different.
If you are in need of a reboot, download this guide to best-in-class programmes. In it, we list six areas of focus that should be front and centre—like having a multi-faceted talent pipeline strategy and tapping into workforce analytics that help you make better decisions. Challenge your VMS provider to create a new roadmap for what success looks like to you.
Don’t let lacklustre ideas and solutions stop you from reaching new heights. Put your VMS provider to the test to see if they are in it for the long haul.
If your VMS programme goals haven’t changed since launch, you are treading water. If your provider isn’t driving you forward, take matters into your own hands. Check out the latest Ardent Partners report: the annual study found 71% of business leaders feel pressure to adapt, and it’s changing how they get work done.
Are you feeling it, too? Download the report to see how industry leaders have moved beyond blocking-and-tackling to get closer to total workforce optimisation.
The 2018 State of Contingent Workforce Management Report will help you see:
The relationship between your VMS, your MSP partner, and your team should be an asset—not a roadblock. If you got off on the wrong foot or have drifted apart, you will never experience the value that true partnership brings.
We have a few ideas when it comes to what makes a great VMS partnership. Download our checklist before your next account review to:
While having a VMS provider makes your programme run, having a VMS partner takes you where you need to go.
Flexible. Nimble. Agile. Your VMS technology should adapt to your needs, not the other way around. Many source-to-settle suites are powerful in size, but lack the rapid innovation necessary to help businesses along in their digital transformation.
The proof is in the numbers. Gartner found that just over half of respondents in a recent survey use a single P2P suite, but of those, 64% are only doing so within a single region or country. In a new report, Gartner lays out its recommendations for choosing the right technology strategy to meet your specific needs.