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Prosperix Named a VMS Market Leader by Future of Workforce Exchange for its Disruptive, Innovative Technology

San Jose, California (Newsworthy.ai) Thursday Aug 11, 2022 @ 7:00 AM Eastern —

Prosperix, and its patent-pending Prosperix VMS Network,
are named a Market Leader in the
Ardent Partners and Future of Workforce Exchange (FOWX) 2022 VMS Technology Advisor Report. Prosperix is a workforce
innovation company providing a full suite of solutions and services that help
companies manage their extended workforces.

The report analyzes nearly a
dozen VMS offerings, rating solution and provider strengths. Prosperix is an
overall favorite, based on its “unique workforce management infrastructure and
commitment to the human elements” found in every workforce. The vendor
management system (VMS) is touted as one of the “most disruptive” and “most
innovative” available in the marketplace.

“We’re honored to be
recognized as a VMS leader and remain committed to helping businesses meet
their unique hiring challenges, no matter how the unpredictable global economy
continues to shift. Our innovative platform – the only one in the industry with
an integrated hiring marketplace – provides access to unlimited suppliers and
talent pools, ensuring higher-quality workers, which results in extraordinary
business outcomes,” said Sunil Bagai, Prosperix CEO.

Prosperix’s end-to-end
technology uses network,
machine, and human intelligence to enhance contingent workforce management.
Through its Xponential Workforce solution consisting of MSP, VMS, and hiring
marketplace capabilities in a single offering, companies realize significant
value. Beyond cost savings, they experience exponential scalability, improved
supplier and candidate performance, increased compliance, real-time data
insights, and full automation.

A robust solution for any
company, the report notes that the Prosperix
VMS Network is especially effective for mid-sized and large enterprises needing
a VMS, integrated hiring marketplace, and real-time analytics. Because the
platform places special emphasis on the candidate experience, it is especially
well-suited to companies that run people-focused workforce programs.

“Prosperix represents the
next generation of workforce management technology,” said Christopher J. Dwyer,
Senior Vice President of Research at Ardent Partners, Managing Director of the
Future of Work Exchange, and author of the new report. “The solution’s VMS
Network is one of the most disruptive products on the market. Prosperix is
primed for continued success based on its commitment to a candidate-centric
model, innovative software, and its reliance on Future of Work-era
functionality.”

Prosperix was also named a Key Provider in 2021 by FOWX for its
overall solution that provides a powerful user experience and its revolutionary
solutions for workforce management. FOWX highlighted the company’s unification
of technology and the human element, allowing companies, suppliers, and candidates
to thrive in today’s rapidly-evolving economy.

Read the Prosperix 2022 VMS Technology Advisor Report

Learn more about ProsperixVMS Network


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