nextSource, a workforce solutions company, recently announced a strategic partnership with DCR Workforce (DCR), creators of Smart Track VMS. Smart Track VMS is acclaimed among operations, HR and procurement executives for providing a single, unified approach to procure, manage, and analyze contingent workforce programs.
By entering into the partnership with DCR, a leader in the VMS software market, nextSource adds significant additional value to its portfolio of solutions, which include: managed services programs (MSP), services procurement/statement of work (SOW) management, worker classification, employer of record (EOR) services.
"nextSource seeks to partner with best-in-class VMS technologies to ensure that our clients' workforce programs are equipped to grow to full maturity," explains Catherine Candland, nextSource CEO. "In DCR, we found an exceptional partner whose Smart Track VMS delivers all the critical functionality we'd been seeking, bringing together rigorous analytics, a talent cloud, a total talent management model and more, all on a single platform."
Candland pointed to other benefits of Smart Track VMS including process and data standardization, increased self-service capabilities, a mobile-enabled platform, a strong SOW management capacity, and supplier management tools. "Customers using Smart Track as part of their overall nextSource workforce management solution can expect improvements in candidate quality, hiring manager satisfaction and some attractive cost savings," said Candland.
DCR president, Ammu Warrier, shared nextSource's optimism and excitement about the partnership remarking, "We're excited to join forces with nextSource to give clients integrated solutions in one ecosystem. The combined services of a vendor-neutral VMS along with separate MSP and SOW management services will allow clients greater insight into their contingent workforce programs." For more information about DCR's technology, Smart Track VMS, click here.