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Managed Services

The relationship AppleOne forges with its clients extends beyond a vendor-customer alliance. AppleOne approaches program management as a client business partner, engaging the client as a consultative team with the wisdom, expertise, and resources to ensure that program goals and objectives are consistently met, that associated benchmarks and milestones are communicated, and that these programs evolve in line with the client’s long-term business plans, reducing the Total Cost of Ownership associated with temporary labor programs.

As a consultative partner, AppleOne evaluates the client’s requirements and monitors labor market changes to design and modify its solutions around the client’s progressing needs. The result is a well-crafted program staffed with professionals fluent in cultivating the strategies and resources necessary to execute a policy and technology infrastructure that supports the communications, collaboration, consistent control, and visibility needed to satisfy the six key functional areas to success:

  • Program and policy design
  • Master contract terms and pricing
  • Individual laborer requisitioning
  • Time tracking and approvals
  • Invoice consolidation and reconciliation
  • Supplier and laborer performance measurements

The AppleOne MSP solution will help your company realize a greater level of productivity and value through the following best practices:

  • Identifying a broader range of qualified candidates
  • Shrinking indiscriminate labor spending
  • Ensuring a set of universal terms and conditions with all staffing suppliers
  • Reducing individual candidate sourcing and hiring cycles
  • Shortening invoice reconciliation and payment process cycles
  • Reducing process costs
  • Mitigating employment, compliance, and auditing risks (i.e., Sarbanes-Oxley)
  • Delivering superior analytics on spend and rate trends

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