Spend & Process Analysis

Understanding the current state of your contingent workforce management program—whether it’s just getting started or ready for expansion—is critical. So is having the insight and expertise to move your program forward.

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Knowing your contingent workforce management (CWM) program strengths and gaps is vital to getting the greatest value from your contingent workforce today. It’s also critical to planning strategically for your program’s future, including:

  • Deploying the right technology solution
  • Anticipating business and regulatory changes that will impact your VMS configuration
  • Maintaining the alignment of systems, processes and procedures to meet your program goals

Today, an estimated 25% to 35% of the average company’s overall workforce is considered contingent. Research and advisory firm Ardent Partners predicts that by the end of 2017, nearly 45% of the total global workforce will be comprised of contingent workers.

The IQN Strategic Solutions team offers value-added services that can help you:

  • Improve processes
  • Mitigate risk
  • Significantly reduce program costs
  • Optimize system design and VMS configuration

With the tools and insight to optimize your contingent workforce, you can more effectively meet changing and growing project and business requirements.

Our Spend and Process Analysis (SPA) assessment helps you baseline your CWM program—whether it’s just getting started or ready for expansion. The right spend and process insights help you define and enhance your CWM processes and overall program quality, as well as accelerate your time to value realization.

This insight, combined with ensuring that your VMS solution is closely aligned with your program objectives, enables you to deliver greater program value across your organization. Outcomes of the SPA assessment include:

  • Benchmark findings compared with best-practice benchmarks of IQN customers
  • Summary of process and spend control opportunities and recommendations
  • ROI model of potential benefits based on typical deployments
  • Recommended course of action

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