MSP series: managing SOW beyond administration

October 6, 2016 Scott Fraleigh

In the first article of this series, we explored the growth in SOW procurement and why it makes sense to incorporate it into a Managed Services Program (MSP). In this installment, we take a deeper look at the SOW strategic imperative, considering the different engagement models and focusing on the involvement of SOW suppliers in an MSP.

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Scott Fraleigh

Scott Fraleigh is President of Randstad Sourceright’s Managed Services Provider and Payrolling & Independent Contractor Solutions lines of business in North America. Scott has nearly 20 years of proven success in building and managing profitable businesses, with deep expertise in strategic managed services provider programs and extensive experience in HR, recruiting and staffing. Scott holds a Degree in Human Resource Management from the New York Institute.

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