IQNavigator – Opening up the SOW Kimono (Part 3) [Plus+]

One way to look at IQNavigator’s SOW capability is as a central hub from which to manage decentralized information, permissioning, and provisioning, which is all related to service provider access, service delivery, payment and vendor compliance. Whereas the system can, for example, enable providers to submit time cards directly or upload lump sum payment requests based on an SOW, it can also act as a provisioning tool such that the consultants (or services providers) not on an active assignment tied to an SOW are not provided with network, building and related access (and/or their permissions are turned on/off as status tied to individual SOWs changes).

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