ZeroChaos Files for Patent on Permissions-Based, Automated SOW Workflows
September 5, 2018
ORLANDO, Fla., September 5, 2018 - ZeroChaos, the global workforce management company, has filed for a new patent related to its proprietary, permissions-based, automated Statement of Work (SOW) workflow. The company's patent-pending solution brings enhanced levels of control, automation and visibility to the contingent workforce management market.
"Too many organizations still rely on manual, ad-hoc processes to source and manage contingent labor," said Jim Burke, CEO of ZeroChaos. "This status quo is ineffective and inefficient - especially when it comes to managing SOW-based projects - and exposes companies to potential costly delays, financial risk and talent shortages."
ZeroChaos' new patent-pending SOW workflow technology – available through its ZC Web(SM) Vendor Management System (VMS) - automates the SOW creation process and centralizes data collection, enabling greater collaboration between clients and vendors and increased visibility into project costs, milestones and deliverables. The solution increases financial safeguards and quality control for clients by automatically identifying SOW discrepancies and locking down the approval process if financial terms change, or a stakeholder fails to comply.
"We continue to invest in our people, technology and processes with a laser focus on helping clients tackle their most strategic contingent workforce opportunities to get work done," said Burke. "Our goal is to equip our clients with the insight, resources and technology they need to easily find and engage with quality talent, whenever and wherever they need it."
The patent-pending technology is available in nine language options in ZC Web to support ZeroChaos' global clients. For more information, visit ZeroChaos.com.