Report

VMS Global Landscape & Differentiators 2021 (Staffing Industry Analysts)

January 26, 2022

The percentage of companies with over 1,000 employees who use a VMS (vendor management system) has grown from 50% (2009) to 81% (2021).

As buyers became more sophisticated and demanding, VMS providers have responded by delivering more than cost savings and workforce visibility. They are capable of end-to-end candidate management, leveraging artificial intelligence and data analytics to provide holistic contingent staffing insights.

This report includes detailed information about 16 VMS providers:
· Examines the global landscape of the VMS market
· Identifies benefits of VMS adoption, including a Beeline client case study
· Summarizes key innovations and investments
· Outlines the geographic footprint of providers
· Identifies where differentiation exists across providers

Download this free industry report to:

  • Read about key trends in the VMS marketplace, including the new Beeline Extended Workforce Platform
  • Learn the differences between “pure-play” VMS solutions and other VMS providers who are affiliated with ERP or Human Capital technology providers, MSPs, or staffing suppliers
  • Compare strengths and weaknesses of VMS providers based on customer perception and SIA performance evaluation criteria

As the market matures, SIA sees two modes of adoption emerging. VMS as a component of an overall business spend management strategy, where the contingent workforce is a category of spend. Or VMS as a component or core of a more talent-focused workforce management solution, where the extended workforce is primarily a source of on-demand talent.

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