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Croissance record et innovation technologique demeurent l'apanage de Fieldglass, toujours numéro un du secteur en 2012

- La société aide ses clients à déployer, étendre et optimiser leurs programmes pour mieux réussir

CHICAGO, 11 février 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Fieldglass, Inc., le plus important fournisseur de technologies permettant de trouver et de gérer du personnel et des services temporaires, a dépassé en 2012 toutes les prévisions de croissance, décrochant 41 nouveaux clients et augmentant son chiffre d'affaires de plus 30 %. Selon Staffing Industry Analysts, Fieldglass demeure sans conteste le principal distributeur de systèmes de gestion des fournisseurs (VMS) et le seul à afficher pour la troisième année consécutive le plus haut degré de satisfaction des utilisateurs, acheteurs et fournisseurs de main-d'œuvre flexible confondus.

Plusieurs tendances communes aux clients de Fieldglass se sont dessinées en 2012 :

Gestion à la hausse des services de grande envergure. Un client de Fieldglass dans l'industrie de pointe a lancé un programme dont le montant annuel des dépenses de services était supérieur à 2 milliards de dollars. En 2012, plusieurs entreprises ont spécifiquement choisi Fieldglass pour son offre de services, soulignant l'importance croissante des énoncés de travaux (SOW - Statement of Work) et autres dépenses liées à des projets. Le recours aux SOW parmi les clients de Fieldglass a quadruplé en 2012.

Élargissement de la portée des programmes de gestion des dépenses des clients. En élargissant l'envergure, le cadre et la portée géographique de leurs projets, les clients actuels de Fieldglass ont augmenté de 40 % le montant annuel des sommes dépensées par l'intermédiaire de Fieldglass en 2012. La société a investi afin de répondre à la demande croissante d'extension des programmes de petite et grande envergure et de continuer à satisfaire pleinement les besoins de ses clients en embauchant un nombre record de collaborateurs à travers le monde.

Recours croissant des organisations internationales et des organisations présentes sur les marchés étrangers en plein essor à la technologie VMS. Au cours de l'année écoulée, Fieldglass a continué d'investir dans ses ressources en produits, infrastructures et services afin d'accroître la valeur ajoutée offerte à ses partenaires et clients dans près de 80 pays au monde. Fieldglass est aujourd'hui mieux à même d'aider des clients internationaux complexes comme HP et des clients opérant dans des pays ayant des besoins spécifiques variés en Amérique latine, Europe et dans la région Asie-Pacifique. 

« Notre objectif est de fournir en permanence un produit innovant à nos clients et partenaires. En 2012, nous avons déployé un large éventail de fonctionnalités, parmi lesquelles de nouvelles ressources pour tenir compte de l'entreprise sociale, des dispositifs de suivi avancé des travailleurs afin d'assurer une visibilité complète de la main-d'œuvre et des outils de gestion des bases d'approvisionnement en vue d'une organisation rationnelle et d'une plus grande conformité aux normes », a indiqué Sean Chou, directeur technique chez Fieldglass. « De plus, notre produit bénéficie de l'appui d'une équipe professionnelle expérimentée, spécialisée dans les services, qui propose une foule d'ateliers et de services à valeur ajoutée pour optimiser l'utilisation que fait chaque client de la technologie Fieldglass. »

À PROPOS DE FIELDGLASS, INC.

Fieldglass est le plus important distributeur de systèmes de gestion des fournisseurs (VMS). Ses SaaS (Logiciels sous forme de service) innovants permettent aux entreprises de mieux trouver et gérer une main-d'œuvre flexible, composée de travailleurs temporaires, de prestataires de services répondant à des énoncés de travaux, de sous-traitants indépendants et de réservoirs de main-d'œuvre spécialisée. Grâce à la technologie Fieldglass et à ses services de conseil à valeur ajoutée, les entreprises mondiales constituent et poursuivent, d'année en année, des programmes stratégiques d'acquisition de services et de main-d'œuvre temporaire axés sur les résultats.

Fieldglass est actuellement le numéro un du marché VMS en termes de dépenses en personnel à l'échelle mondiale et affiche le plus haut degré de satisfaction de la clientèle du secteur depuis trois années consécutives, selon Staffing Industry Analysts. Les plus grandes entreprises au monde, parmi lesquelles GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, Monsanto, Rio Tinto et Salesforce, font confiance à Fieldglass pour améliorer la visibilité de leurs dépenses de services complexes, recourir à des collaborateurs de plus grande qualité, répondre aux exigences de conformité internes et externes et garantir une plus grande efficacité des programmes de constitution d'une main-d'œuvre occasionnelle. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site www.fieldglass.com.

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