“Dominant vendor-neutral player in the contingent workforce space.”
Andrew Karpie, research director of labor and services procurement at Spend Matters, explains why Beeline was again selected for this list. In addition to citing Beeline as a “dominant vendor-neutral player in the contingent workforce space,” Karpie notes that Beeline “sets itself apart in terms of the depth and breadth of its solution and its services team.”
Expanding on the idea of vendor-neutrality, Karpie says “Beeline has grown over the last 20 years to become the largest VMS and extended workforce solution provider that is not owned by a staffing or a technology company.”
“One of the great ones.”
Karpie notes that, in recent years, the contingent workforce space “has begun to see innovation, new entrants, and structural transformation.” As a result, he suggests that Beeline must continue to invest in innovation, “while ensuring its customer-centricity and its service performance remain key differentiators.”
Karpie concludes with this comment and advice for enterprise contingent workforce program owners and managers: “Beeline is definitely one of the great ones and should be on the short list of any large organization that is looking for such a solution.”
For more information, see Beeline’s profile in the Spend Matters Almanac. Or download our complementary ebook: 7 Important Qualities of a Successful VMS Partnership.