What can be measured, can be improved.

With our workspend current state assessment, we evaluate how you acquire, manage, and optimize your contingent workforce. Our experts collect data on your labor processes to boost efficiency and effectiveness.

You can’t measure what you don’t know

Workspend supports you at every stage of building the internal business case.
By answering the following questions, you can evaluate whether your organization is ready to explore the benefits of implementing a CWP:


Do you lack visibility into your current contingent labor spend across all locations and labor categories? 


Does your internal DE&I program include contingent workers?

Supplier Optimization

Is your supply base optimized to deliver the best possible value and results? 


Are you concerned that your contingent workforce (temps, contractors, consultants, etc.) may not fully comply with corporate policies or government legislation? 


Are you unsure if your current suppliers provide the best-suited candidates for the roles you need to fill? 


Do you struggle to quickly scale your workforce up or down based on changing business demands?

What We Assess

In our assessment we gain visibility into the data that shape your current practices. 

Objective Data

Headcount, current spend, business rules, and processes

Subjective Data

Known inefficiencies and other pain points

Vendor Input

Headcount, Turnover, Skillset, Cost Structure
Workspend will assist you in collecting this data through our no-cost assessment process. We ensure confidentiality by signing a mutually agreed non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to protect your sensitive information. 

What We Deliver

In our assessment we gain visibility into the data that shape your current practices. 

Vendor Capability Report

This report will outline the capabilities and strengths of the current vendors, highlighting their suitability for your contingent labor needs.

Current Workforce Snapshot

A detailed overview of the workforce engaged in assignments, including their roles, locations, and contract types (1099 or W2).

Cost Analysis

An analysis of each vendor’s markup rates and cost structures, enabling a cost-benefit comparison.

Recommendation Report

Comprehensive recommendations will be provided based on the data and analysis, outlining the advisability of implementing an MSP/VMS program.

Business Case

The assessment results will form a robust business case, providing a clear rationale for adopting or not adopting an MSP/VMS program, including projected benefits, potential cost savings, and risk assessments.