Organizations seeking access to TDX tools and data but are unable to share their data are classified as subscribers. The license fee for subscribers is higher than that of members in an effort to incentivize membership. While subscribers  have access to aggregated, anonymized data, they only are able to use certain tools within TDX which do not rely on their own data to do comparisons. In some instances, companies choose to start with a subscriber program until they can resolve their own data concerns internally before sharing it so they can become active members with access to all of TDX functions and capabilities. 

  Member Subscriber
Contignent Workforce
Variant Explorer
Tru-Market Valuator
Program Diagnostics  
Job Description Profiler
Rate Card Publisher
Labor Basket Analyzer  
ERE TA Benchmarking
Quality Metrics
Speed Metrics
Productivity Metrics
Cost Metrics  

 

When an organization considers TDX, but is not prepared to share their data; they typically will participate as a subscriber. Other examples of subscribers include:

Provider Type of Participation
Managed Service Program (MSP) Used by MSP to help field rate card and benchmarking questions and help define savings and program optimization strategies on behalf of their clients. MSPs typically assign their subscriber user license(s) to their Program Leads.
Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) Used by RPO to manage their program metrics
Vendor Management System (VMS) Used by VMS to enhance their clients’ reporting and analytics capabilities in relation to all aspects of contingent worker management. Offers more accurate strategic insight into their program performance and how it compares against companies in their own industry and the total market.
Applicant Tracking System (ATS) Used by ATS to enhance their clients’ reporting and analytics capabilities in relation to all aspects of talent acquisition management. Offers more strategic insight into their program performance.
Independent Contractor Compliance (ICC) Used by ICC to benchmark relevant aspects of an assignment to ensure specifics are within the agreed criteria.
Freelance Management Service (FMS) Used by FMS to understand the specific attributes and value of a role to support the effective sourcing and matching against a client’s requirements