Technology that solves your challenges with managing the external workforce.


As Fortune® 500 and Global 1000 companies expand their non-employee workforce to complement permanent employees, they increasingly turn to our software solutions for comprehensive management of all areas of contingent labor spend, from staff augmentation to the management of statement of work (SOW) based projects.

Categories of workers managed include temporary staff, professional contractors, service workers, consultants, project-based workers, independent contractors, and freelancers. They can even include former employees, such as alumni, interns, and retirees.

Our vision is to change the way companies engage with the extended workforce. We offer intelligent workforce solutions, through our Vendor Management Systems, incorporating innovative functionality like Direct Sourcing & Talent Pools—which help procurement, sourcing, and human resources professionals optimize costs, reduce risks, and add value to their contingent labor programs.

With Beeline VMS, cost savings are just the beginning.

Where once the primary objective of implementing a VMS was to reduce the cost of non-employee labor, companies are now shifting their focus toward building a workforce that is more agile and more competitive. Beeline VMS lets you do that, and more.

You can achieve:


Use advanced analytics to reveal where your organization spends its money. Learn how to make better decisions for the future.


Measure and monitor supplier performance. Ensure process and performance consistency.

Operational efficiency

Automate procurement cycles. Reduce time to fill positions. Consolidate billing and
ensure invoice accuracy.


Create transparent procurement cycles for greater control and policy enforcement. Ensure adherence to procurement strategy and policies. Reduce potential exposure to regulatory risks and litigation.

Cost Savings

Gain savings by consolidating suppliers and negotiating discounts, or through process improvements like consolidated invoicing, reduced timecard and invoice errors, and compliance tracking.

When a VMS is more than a VMS

For years, the dominant software solution for contingent workforce management has been the “vendor management system.” Originally  developed to help procurement teams manage staffing suppliers or vendors who provided temporary labor or contractors for short-term assignments, the VMS has grown into a much more capable, versatile, and powerful contingent workforce management platform.

Today’s VMS solutions not only automate the contingent staffing process. They facilitate the sourcing and management of all types of non-employee labor and deliver a wide range of insights to help organizations make better decisions regarding workforce planning and talent acquisition.

With its capabilities to track, monitor, measure, analyze, and compare the performance of staffing suppliers and contingent talent, Beeline VMS provides the foundation for total workforce optimization – determining the right mix of employees and non-employees to achieve specific outcomes.

Whether you call it a vendor resource management system, vendor management software, external workforce solution, or contingent workforce platform, a VMS provides the necessary technology to run entire contingent workforce management programs – even global programs for the world’s largest organizations. In fact, more than 30 percent of Beeline clients are Fortune® 500 or Global 1000 companies.

How to buy the best VMS for your CWM program

Among the most important criteria are the depth and breadth of the solution’s functionality, including the capability to manage not only traditional contingent staffing, but also more complex services procurement functions and new, emerging talent sources, all in a single platform. As organizations increasingly focus on talent as a strategic differentiator, VMS solutions must provide increasingly sophisticated analytics to deliver the insight required to support total talent acquisition and workforce optimization solutions.

As a result of intensifying VMS functionality requirements, industry experts advise buyers to probe deeply into providers’ track records and product roadmaps to determine whether their performance matches their promises, and whether their commitment to innovation is robust enough to protect their customers from future threats and help them capitalize on future opportunities.

In addition to comparing VMS acquisition costs, experts advise conducting a rigorous analysis of the total cost of ownership of all VMS solutions under consideration. This should include program office staffing needs, which can vary dramatically based on the VMS selected, MSP service and support requirements, and hidden costs for VMS implementations, integrations, customizations, and other services not included in the initial VMS program contract.

You want a solution that will grow with your program and a partner who will support you every step of the way. At Beeline, we would love to talk with you about your program’s goals and what our solutions can do to help you achieve them.