Siemens: Proving the SAP Fieldglass VMS Value Through Results

With fragmented processes and multiple technologies in use, Siemens decided to implement SAP Fieldglass to achieve workforce visibility and cost savings. Because of the decentralized nature of its contingent labor management, it chose to roll out the VMS to different business units individually.
Access this case study to get a better understanding of:
  • Why Siemens chose its implementation approach
  • Results to date, including $17 million in cost savings
  • Plans for future expansion of its program

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