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Customer Success Story - SAP Integration
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Featuring:
Serge van Isterdael, Business Change Manager

Serge van Isterdal of Rabobank talks about the integrations between Fieldglass and SAP. He discusses the goals, data quality and efficiencies gained through those integrations.

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How Technology Companies Use Fieldglass
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Knowledge Kit
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Fieldglass
 
With its massive size and broad span of sectors, the technology industry faces many unique challenges related to finding and managing a successful flexible workforce. Many organizations within the technology sector have turned to Fieldglass’ Vendor Management System to help them address these unique challenges. 
 
This Knowledge Kit takes a look at how two companies achieved better management of their external workforces through the use of Fieldglass.
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Fieldglass Spotlight on the Oil & Gas Sector
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Fieldglass
Finding and managing the right mix of talent can be challenging for organizations in any industry. Yet few face greater risks associated with workforce management than the oil and gas sector. New and evolving laws, Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) regulations, labor shortages and heavy financial penalties for compliance violations can cause enormous burdens.
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Are You a Trendsetter? Flexible Workforce Strategies for 2014
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Fieldglass
What will have the biggest impact on how you manage your flexible workforce this year? Join Fieldglass, Bank of America and Verizon as we explore 2014's biggest contingent workforce trends and VMS strategies. Read more →
A Manufacturing Company: How a Large Manufacturing Company Uses Fieldglass to Manage a Light Industrial Workforce
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Fieldglass

Managing a light industrial workforce can pose many challenges, especially after a large merger. Discover how two companies became one and leveraged Fieldglass’ VMS to standardize its contingent labor procurement and improve organizational practices.

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Bridging the Gap: Building Relationships Within Your Contingent Workforce Program
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Fieldglass

Many different relationships exist in a contingent workforce program. In this eBook, we’ll explore successful collaboration between stakeholders such as the program sponsors, the program office, C-suite, hiring managers and suppliers. Fieldglass experts will provide their insights on how to make your program successful by providing real-life examples of how customers have navigated these sometimes challenging interactions within their own programs.

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The 2012 AberdeenGroup Contingent Labor Management Report
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Aberdeen Group, Christopher Dwyer

With nearly 26% of the average organization's total workforce considered contingent or contract-based, companies across the globe are under pressure to enhance processes related to the contemporary contingent workforce umbrella.  The Next-Generation Guidebook to Managing the Modern Contingent Workforce Umbrella details contemporary strategies for driving value out of all facets of contract labor, including "classic" temporary labor, independent contractors and consultants, and statement-of-work (SOW) based projects and services.  Read below to learn more on the types

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Fieldglass Timesheet Integration
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Fieldglass

Integrate Fieldglass with your existing timesheet system and realize all the benefits Fieldglass offers without the pain of migration from your current timesheet application.

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Fieldglass Professional Services
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Fieldglass

Learn about the services we offer to ensure a positive and productive experience in using our technology.

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Getting Integration Right: Incorporating VMS within the Enterprise Ecosystem
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Fieldglass

This highly informative one-hour webinar delved into the subject of connecting your VMS platform with the other mission critical enterprise applications across the services procurement lifecycle. Companies that are planning to scale their VMS implementations over many categories, geographies and functions will realize that integrations play a vital role in realizing cost savings and risk reduction.

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The Contingent Workforce Evolution
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Fieldglass

Nearly 1 out of every 5 workers at the average company is considered contingent labor, proving that a temporary workforce is a viable and reliable option for enterprises around the globe. Management of this category, however, has evolved past the “classic” sense of temporary labor through staffing suppliers and vendors.

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A Global Financial Services Company: How a Massive, Leading Banking Institution Solved Complex Business Problems through Fieldglass
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Fieldglass

Learn how one of the world's largest financial institutions solved its complex business problems through Fieldglass. The key challenges this bank faced was a diverse constituent base that relied on manual paper-based processes to manage its contingent labor and services spend, creating the following issues:

  • a lack of holisitc visibility of its global contingent workforce
  • significant and costly program inefficiencies
  • substantial risks related to corporate and government related policies
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A Global Company: How a Long-time Customer Manages Its Global “Mega Program” Using Fieldglass
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Fieldglass

One Fieldglass customer utilizes thousands of indirect workers worldwide, spread out amongst hundreds of companies that make up its organization. Because of its decentralized nature, the company decided to unify the management of these workers through a VMS, and chose Fieldglass as its technology partner in 2004.

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5 Must-Dos to Prepare for a Successful Vendor Management System Implementation
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Fieldglass

Initiating a large scale project to manage contingent workers and service providers that can involve upwards of $1B in spend can be daunting. Once your team makes decisions about how to structure the program and what vendors to partner with, the real work begins.

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