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With the Netherlands and the U.S. accounting for 85% of total program spend, cost savings were expected to reach €5.2 million by the managed services program's (MSP) second year based on supplier-agreed discounts. The initial roll out took place in 18 countries, bringing the company closer to global alignment across its contingent workforce. Validation of 17 process flows has been achieved. Not only has the program led to sizable cost savings and cost avoidance, it has also produced happy customers. The average satisfaction scores from hiring managers and suppliers are consistently above 7.5 out of 10. 102 locations accounting for €286 million in spend high marks from hiring managers €5.2 million savings anticipated in just two markets © Randstad Sourceright. 2018 human forward. the success the situation How does a global, diversified technology manufacturer maintain a competitive advantage? For this highly recognized brand, it's all about using the right talent at the right time in the right place. So the company embarked on a transformational journey in 2014 to optimize its flexible workforce around the world. The client was seeking a solution that could help talent leaders source and hire quickly and cost-effectively, enabling delivery of high-quality resources to the business at a moment's notice. Just as important, it needed to do so in a consistent, transparent and compliant way to support a critical talent strategy implemented that year. "Randstad Sourceright is clearly looking for a partnership with us, which is consistent with their track record of teaming up and utilizing the best possible support models within our company over the past years." a diversified technology leader optimizes contingent talent performance with a global approach.

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