News | December 3, 2019

SIG Announces Partnership With PeopleTicker For Global Compensation Data

Sourcing Industry Group (SIG) and PeopleTicker partner to provide SIG members with real-time labor rates and benchmarking data.

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) - SIG, the premier membership organization for sourcing, procurement and outsourcing executives, today announces a new partnership with PeopleTicker, a company that provides real-time salary and labor rate data in 160 countries.

This partnership gives SIG members access to PeopleTicker’s products and solutions, which provide procurement professionals with real-time labor rates to help them negotiate savings, increase retention and decrease time to fill.

PeopleTicker’s proprietary technologies provide procurement professionals, HR, and hiring managers with a unique view into workforce supply and demand analytics for both contingent and salaried employees. In addition to its data technologies, PeopleTicker performs a broad range of consulting services for corporate enterprises and commercial businesses as well as MSP, VMS, Staffing and other service providers seeking unbiased, expert analysis of job markets and tracking of fluctuations in human capital management.

“We are excited to announce this partnership,” said Dawn Tiura, President and CEO of SIG. “Our members regularly tell us that talent management and access to benchmarking data are two of the biggest issues that they face. Having a partnership with a company that sheds light on both issues will be an outstanding asset for SIG members.”

“We are honored to receive the endorsement of SIG, a world-class organization providing thought leadership to their members,” adds Joseph Musacchio, PeopleTicker’s CEO and President. “This partnership helps SIG members working in procurement and human resources to effectively manage their labor spend by providing instant access to salary and contingent labor rates, benchmarks and analysis for hiring permanent and contract workers in any industry worldwide.”

Through the partnership, SIG members have complimentary access to a real-time global labor rate index of nine sourcing, procurement and risk job functions in 17 select cities across the United States and Canada. In addition, SIG and PeopleTicker are also providing SIG members with a 25% discount to the PeopleTicker online job store to support the management of a large and growing labor commodity at their organizations. To learn more about the details and benefits of this partnership, visit

About SIG
SIG, is a membership organization that provides thought leadership and networking opportunities to executives in sourcing, procurement and outsourcing from Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies and the advisors who serve them. SIG is widely known as a forum for sharing “next” practices and thought leadership through live networking events, virtual forums and a comprehensive online SIG resource center (SRC), which was developed by and for professionals in sourcing and outsourcing. The organization is unique in that it blends practitioners, service providers and advisory firms in a non-commercial environment. SIG is also the parent organization for SIG University, a one-of-a-kind certification and training program for professionals and executives seeking deep expertise in sourcing and governance for themselves or their teams, as well as Future of Sourcing, a digital publication that provides unrivaled content for the opinion-formers and decision-makers at the heart of the industry.

About PeopleTicker
PeopleTicker, is the global standard for independent market rate data. Strengthened by over 15 years of wage research, our data management and analytics are unmatched in the industry today. Procurement, HR and SOW Project leaders using PeopleTicker are empowered with knowledge to take control of negotiations and effectively manage their labor spend. Skills Village, a global ecosystem of 500+ professionals was developed to work in conjunction with PeopleTicker in an advisory capacity.

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