BidNet, a government e-procurement service provider, has been a pioneer in developing new technologies for its customers, and has reason enough to celebrate the 30 years of existence. During this period, BidNet has always kept pace with the changing contracting landscape by leveraging solutions that are meaningful to its customers.
“We are very grateful for the loyal customer base and dedicated employees we developed over the past 30 years,” said Dan Ansell, vice president at BidNet.
“Since our inception, technological advances have assisted with our ability to evolve with our customers’ needs. The BidNet team is looking forward to continuing to provide our clients with world-class solutions for many years to come,” he added.
The e-procurement service provider has worked to provide government business intelligence to clients across the country and also SaaS (News - Alert) procurement solutions for purchasing professionals. Its e-procurement solution SourceSuite is stated to have helped more than 900 government agencies and 8,000 purchasing professionals across the country.
BidNet’s proprietary technology, experienced researches and dedicated staff are constantly sourcing, researching and summarizing government opportunities.
In addition to its e-procurement solution – SourceSuite, BidNet has developed a notification solution- the BidAlert service- which not only matches bid opportunities to the profiles of its clients but alerts them when opportunities arise.
Thus while SourceSuite has allowed agencies automate their bid processes and control the distribution of information to their suppliers, its BidAlert service has allowed Government purchasing departments to automate their vendor and bid management processes.
Both agencies and suppliers appear to have gained while using BidNet’s solutions. There has been more visibility in vendor dealings and suppliers have been able to connect more easily with public business opportunities. Also, the solutions have streamlined purchasing processes and made paperless procurement possible.
BidNet is 30 years old and is still going strong. It can rest on its laurels; for during its sojourn, it has helped connect business and government, finding opportunities that are just right for them.
Edited by Ryan Sartor