Global talent solutions provider Randstad Sourceright announced that it has been named a “Leader” in Everest Group’s “Contingent Workforce Management (CWM) Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2020,” receiving the highest rating in the Vision and Capability Category for managed service providers (MSP). This marks the 7th time that Randstad Sourceright has been consecutively named as a Leader, which recognizes a provider’s ability to successfully deliver MSP services.
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“Randstad Sourceright is honored to be recognized as a Leader for its contingent talent services, with top ratings in the Vision & Capability assessment category,” said Rebecca Henderson, CEO of Randstad global businesses and Executive Board Member. “This recognition is a reflection of the work we have put into further strengthening our MSP offerings, including accelerated investment in direct fulfillment options that provide advanced employer branding, talent marketing and managed talent pools — bringing both greater speed and value to our customers.”
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Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix is the most trusted and fact-based analysis of service provider capabilities, covering over 50 different market segments each year. The CWM Assessment, formerly called the Managed Service Provider Assessment, segmented 23 CWM providers into Leaders, Major Contenders, Aspirants and Star Performers categories. Each provider was evaluated on seven dimensions – market adoption, portfolio mix, value delivered, scope of services offered, innovation and investments, delivery footprint, and vision and strategy.
“Randstad Sourceright’s ability to integrate innovative technology solutions and capabilities into its offerings to customers helps position it in the Leader category,” said Arkadev Basak, Vice President, Everest Group. “As more businesses look to directly source their contingent talent solutions, these innovations will be crucial to meeting evolving customer needs.”
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