Workflow management designed for bidding teams
Got multiple bids, short deadlines and a lot of contributors?Connecting all the dots to submit a high quality bid on time, every time is hard (We know, we do it every day too).
That’s why we built a tool to centralise the entire bidding workflow – from scoping out tender docs to delegating work down to the final submission. So no more juggling… just crafting the best bids.
Don’t miss a deadline
Delegate tender monitoring for specific regions, CPV codes, keywords across your team. Keep track of which bids are at which stage in the procurement process.
Software built and rigorously tested for its reliability to retrieve public procurement data.
Our team conducts daily manual reviews and spot checks to make sure nothing is missed.
Collaborate on bid production
Reduce the barriers for your coworkers or contractors to get involved in the bidding process. Create a clear bidding workflow for your organisation, so each person knows where they fit into the process, regardless of their role.
Smart tender data, faster bidding decisions
Use tender summaries to quickly screen each opportunity. Instantly transfer a new tender alert to your team’s bid workspace. Bring others into the conversation and delegate tasks for each part of the process.
A tool box meant for bidding teams
Build smoother processes with tools designed for working in procurement
There is a better way to participate in public procurement. But don't just listen to us!
All your bid work. One platform.
Gather every tender and bid your company works on in one place. Centralise tender requirements, timelines, and bid task management.
So you can stop chasing details and just focus on bidding.
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Everything you need to know about procurements – from important information to practical tips
The world of procurement is brimming with terms and abbreviations. Among them, 'Invitation To Tender' is a common phrase, most often abbreviated as ITT. It can also be known as 'Invitation To Bid' (ITB) and 'Invitation For Bid' (IFB). But what do these terms mean exactly?