Future of Work Exchange: Paul Vincent on re–imagining talent procurement.

August 23, 2022 Paul Vincent

Paul Vincent, global head of Services Procurement at Randstad Sourceright, sat down with the Future of Work Exchange podcast to talk about re-imagining talent procurement. 

The discussion includes the importance of making services procurement simple — particularly when it comes to statement of work (SOW) management. Vincent explains how unneeded complexity can disenfranchise key stakeholders within the procurement organization.

Listen in to learn how SOW talent procurement is evolving to quickly mobilize and deliver benefits faster, adding speed to productivity. Find out why integrating SOW management with a managed services program (MSP) is even more advantageous — offering exponentially greater cost savings, access to advanced analytics and a decreased risk of employee misclassification.

Check out the full Future of Work Exchange podcast to learn more about what’s trending in SOW management, then explore Randstad Sourceright Services Procurement 360 to find out how you can re-imagine SOW management too.

about the author

Paul Vincent

Paul Vincent is the global head of services procurement for Randstad Sourceright, responsible for the strategy and growth of its SOW practice and elevating its go-to-market model across Randstad group's client base. Thanks to his array of experiences across procurement, sales, marketing, operations and workforce management, he is uniquely positioned to be a Services Procurement change agent and help organizations to achieve maximum return on their project-based work and business investments.

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