Tendering Electronic Business Solutions for Today's

What is Tendering?
The process of tendering has long been a recognised method of procuring contract goods and services. For various reasons, potential suppliers use tendering as a fair and equitable process of bidding for prospective works. Some of these include:
  • to drive ongoing total cost reductions
  • to optimize supply base to balance costs
  • to manage compliance and mitigate risk
  • to reduce maverick spending
  • to drive down contract risk
  • to maintain auditable supply and contract management processes
  • to stimulate new product development with supplier innovations.
But despite the enormous benefits which come with the tendering process, it can still be a time-consuming and manually intensive process. Issues such as probity, transparency of process and buyer confidentiality complicate the process further. If one is able to manually and effectively manage the tendering process and account for all of these potential issues before they occur, you will end up saving time, money and effort. If only it were that simple. Human errors can still occur and the amount of manpower required to ensure a perfectly maintained tender database is immense.
In today's business environment, electronic tendering or eTendering (as it is commonly known) is widely regarded as one of the most efficient tools available for managing online tenders. By listing tenders online on a dedicated tendering website, an eTender portal instantly simplifies matters by taking care of all the tricky matters for you.

By using eTender portals such as that provided by TenderSearch, your job is made that much easier by ensuring the highest level of probity. We know that it is important not to compromise the integrity of the tendering process so quality control is maintained by simple procedures such as:
  • providing swift and relevant responses
  • maintaining an open pool of knowledge and resources
  • contacting all pertinent and interested suppliers
  • preserving anonymity amongst clients and competitors
Of course, even with e-Tendering practices it is still possible to run into complications. That is why it is so important to minimise all contingencies by making sure that the eProcurement portal you use is governed by ISO 9001 accreditation and W3C* compliance. Further possible risks can be drastically minimised by working with a recognised provider that operates in a secure environment within our shores where it is governed by Australia's strict privacy laws and not being redirected offshore.
TenderSearch provides what it believes the best eProcurement solution in the Southern Hemisphere, not only reducing the administrative burden and associated costs but also providing your suppliers with a one click link to your own branded and personalised e-Procurement portal.
Imagine being able to manage your tender documents with just a click of the mouse. A company like TenderSearch provides simple and easy-to-use techniques for effortless eTendering management:
  • Unlimited access to documents for suppliers
  • Self-Managed and verifiable registration process any time, day or night.
  • Q&A forum where suppliers can post and view questions and responses to tenders simply by logging in.
  • Managed distribution of addendums
  • Electronic Tender Box allowing suppliers to submit responses electronically via our 128bit secured Tender Box.
  • Predetermine to a specific time when a tender is released.
  • Control who has access to tenders (Open/Public or Private/Closed Tenders),
  • Print out your own reports at any time of the tender process.
  • Your suppliers have a dedicated consultant ready to assist by simply by calling 1800TENDER
Your company should always be able to maintain the highest level of efficiency, integrity and quality, especially in tendering processes. Why settle for anything less? It is vital that when choosing a site with which to host your purchasing requirements, you make sure it is one with the utmost in accreditation, experience and service. If you strive at maintaining a standard of excellence within all your business dealings, it only makes sense that your tender management process should do the same.


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