Services Procurement Software
Today, the procurement of external services and Statement of Work (SOW)-based engagements represent a significant proportion of organizations’ spend on the external workforce.
With SAP Fieldglass Services Procurement Software, you can simplify how service providers - from consulting firms to field services, maintenance to marketing agencies, and beyond - are sourced, engaged and managed。 Our services procurement platform can handle a variety of SOW engagements including projects, offshore/offsite, and more。
Manage Each Category Individually
Drive better results by managing categories in their own unique way.
Enforce use of preferred suppliers, leverage multi-bid SOW to drive competitive pricing and maintain oversight of project budgets。
Ensure compliance to corporate policies and government regulations。
Work with internal staff and suppliers directly within the platform to define contracts。
Track the performance of individual workers and suppliers to ensure you're receiving the level of service you expect.
Simplify Critical Processes
Streamline efforts such as vendor selection, onboarding and offboarding, time and deliverable tracking, and invoicing.
Services Procurement Software
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Learn More About SAP Fieldglass Services Procurement Solutions
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Services Procurement Insights 2019:
The Big Reveal
Less than half of research participants say they are highly informed about the basics of services providers such as contract terms (48%), where they are located (44%), and who is doing the work (44%)。
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Deep Category Management
Configurable for unique use cases and engagement patterns。 At SAP Fieldglass, we know every services category is managed differently。 No matter what industry you're in or what type of services you seek to engage, we make it easy to support diverse services categories and their requirements。
Level of Effort Tracking
Assess performance at the supplier and individual worker level。 Evaluate whether projects are being delivered on time, on budget and up to the quality you expect。
Comprehensive Rate and Tax Framework
Manage complex invoicing and payment processes. SAP Fieldglass supports a wide variety of global tax rules and ensures taxes, rate changes and more are applied correctly.
Global and Local Expertise
Deployed in more than 180 countries。 With the largest footprint in our industry, SAP Fieldglass has developed best practices for expanding our customers' programs around the world and how to manage them in accordance with local labor regulations。
A flexible framework. We integrate with a wide variety of solutions - from major enterprise applications to smaller, self-developed tools.
Sophisticated Analytics and Reporting
Uncover critical data and insights. Our comprehensive business intelligence tools meet the diverse information needs of all your user types and help you drive your program forward.
SAP Fieldglass a Leader among Services Procurement Providers
SAP Fieldglass has been positioned as a leader among services procurement providers by Forrester Research, Inc。
Statement of Work (SOW) Framework: Engagement Patterns
Getting a handle on Statement of Work (SOW) spend is possible if you take a systematic approach to understanding how your organization currently uses them.
The Evolving Role of SOW Management
As the global contingent workforce grows, businesses are finding their programs must include several key capabilities for managing both traditional and emerging types of non-employee labor.