Beeline Strengthens Technology to Meet Future Workforce Demands  

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Beeline, which bills itself as the leading technology provider for managing the global extended workforce, is evolving its platform to provide customers with an improved view of their total workforce and audit-ready compliance, designed around the contemporary mix of employees and non-employees.

As workforce demands see their greatest swings in decades, Beeline’s platform helps organizations handle them with a complete view into their total workforce.

The effort is the latest Beeline’s taken with its product and its business. In May 2022 Stone Point Capital became the company’s majority investor, which allowed the company to accelerate several planned technology projects and demonstrating a commitment to both the Beeline platform and its importance to the HCM industry.

Product Investment

In addition, Beeline made substantial investments last year to prepare itself for today’s technology evolution. Among them: acquiring extended workforce solutions provider Utmost; launching a talent experience that gives extended workers full control over personal data; and upgrading its Hiring Manager Experience (HMX) to simplify the user interface.  

“With today’s workforce now roughly half employee and half contingent, separate and siloed tech solutions don’t work anymore,”” observed CEO Doug Leeby. With that in mind, Beeline’s technology makes it possible for procurement and HR to work alongside each other, he said.

The addition of Utmost’s technology to the Beeline platform allows Beeline to provide clients with employee and non-employee data under one view while enhancing compliance capabilities for the total organization, while minimizing minimizing compliance costs and keeping penalties down.

Utmost also allowed Beeline to offer new solutions for smaller and mid-sized companies that want to adopt an extended workforce platform to manage their contingent labor. Utmost’s new talent experience emphasized worker privacy, allowing

Beeline’s 2022 introduction of a new talent experience put worker privacy front and center, enabling contingent workers to self-report and maintain their own personally identifiable information through a private account.

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