Through the partnership, Beeline’s vendor management system will join Workspend’s portfolio of technology partners.
“Beeline and Workspend are both committed to transforming companies’ competitiveness through the power of external talent,” Brian Hoffmeyer, Beeline’s senior vice president of market strategies, said. “By supplementing permanent staff with an on-demand workforce of contingent talent, independent contractors, consultants, and business service suppliers with special skills and flexibility, our clients can adapt quickly to capture market opportunities while effectively managing fixed costs.”
Beeline’s VMS platform will allow Workspend’s clients to manage contingent workforce spend, it said.
Financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.
“We are enthusiastic about this partnership as it allows us to reshape the value proposition that we can extend to our clients and prospects, and further build our technology partnerships ecosystem,” Dan Rothberg, president of Workspend, said. “Together with Beeline, we are creating an optimized customer experience on a global basis that will provide unique, scalable, benefits to our clients.”