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Procurement can be a pretty complicated process. That’s why we’re so excited about how our software is revolutionising how people find, manage, and collaborate on tenders. If you have any questions about what we do, or how you can improve your sales to the public sector, please get in touch. Fill out our contact form and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
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There is a better way to participate in public procurement. But don't just listen to us!
Connect everyone involved in the bidding process
Coordinate bid management with a workflow tool and powerful database built specifically for bidding teams
Give decisions makers centralised and summarised data, for quicker bidding decisions
Make it easier for your legal and sales team to source answers to questions about each public tender
Connect leadership and sales managers to the bidding process with a workflow overview and reporting tools
It’s easy to get started
Start monitoring tenders and making faster business decisions today
Built with the user in mind
Tired of all those legacy procurement systems? So are we. That’s why we rely on a modern, intuitive user interface – to make working with public tenders as simple and straightforward as humanly possible.
Don’t miss your next big business opportunity
Our platform gathers public procurement data from dozens of scattered sources – so you don’t have to waste time checking each of them individually.
We’ve developed a thorough quality assurance process to ensure we never miss a tender announcement, no matter its size or location.
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.
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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?