Lorien demonstrates leadership in innovation and delivery of contingent workforce solutions (CWS) in technology talent sector
Global technology, digital and professional talent solutions specialist Lorien has been named in the ‘Leaders’ quadrant of NelsonHall’s 2021 NEAT analysis for contingent workforce solutions (CWS) and managed service programmes (MSP).
NEAT (NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation and Assessment Tool) is an annual assessment by leading independent research analyst firm NelsonHall on the performance of vendors supplying contingent workforce solutions and managed service programmes. The NEAT matrix evaluates suppliers on a range of criteria, including service innovation, geographic coverage, capability in mid-market provision, and the ability to deliver on a transformation journey, to identify the best performing providers in the market.
This year’s report evaluated the performance of 18 vendors, with Lorien named as one of the overall ‘Leaders’ in the report.
Lorien was recognised as a ‘Leader’ across all categories, including in ‘Enabling a transformation journey,’ which saw Lorien scoring highly for both ‘Ability to deliver immediate benefit’ and ‘Ability to meet future client requirements.’ Lorien was recognised in the report for its innovation as well as its high performance, being positioned highly for its ability to meet future client need within the ‘Leaders’ quadrant.
Nikki Edwards, Principal Research Analyst at NelsonHall said: “There is no doubt that Lorien’s ability to consistently think outside the box when designing impactful solutions reflects a track record of sourcing scarce technological/digital skillsets over many decades. It regularly introduces new programs, initiatives, and tech/tools to stay highly competitive amidst a worsening technological/digital skills crisis.”
Commenting on the results of the report, David Gettins, Managing Director at Lorien in the UK said:
“I am delighted that Lorien has been recognised by NelsonHall as a leader in CWS and MSP solutions. At Lorien, we pride ourselves on our ability to build adaptable solutions that help our customers compete in the fast-paced technology market, and our consistent performance for innovation confirms that we’re achieving that.”
Ryan McMahon, President at Lorien in the US, remarked:
“This is an amazing testament to the quality of our services and the expertise of our people to deliver impactful, agile, and transformative talent solutions. For companies going through a transformation, it’s clear from our NEAT positioning that Lorien is a truly innovative contingent workforce solutions provider and best positioned to support them on that journey.”
Lorien is an award-winning technology, digital and professional talent solutions provider, with over 40 years’ industry experience. Lorien is part of Impellam Group, the second largest staffing company in the UK and the seventh largest managed services provider worldwide.