Local Agencies Embrace Cloud-Based Procurement

Jan 28, 2014 by Dani Stoehr

Seattle, WA (PRWEB)

ProcureWare, a leading provider of eprocurement software, is pleased to announce two of our latest public sector customers: Henrico County, Virginia and the city of Waterbury, Connecticut.

By selecting eBid eXchange supplier management and sourcing systems, two local agencies: Henrico County, Virginia and the city of Waterbury, Connecticut have taken important steps to streamline their procurement with customized supplier self-registration and electronic document distribution and communications.

For example, Henrico County is now able to offer their engineers and architects restricted access to their eXchange portal to directly upload all necessary documents and specifications, rather than redirecting their potential bidders to a third party website or office to obtain copies. Not only does this workflow save time for the procurement department, but they are now able to track all document downloads by their bidders.

The city of Waterbury now offers online bidding, virtually eliminating all paperwork and potential errors. This new process provides their suppliers with 24 hour access and ability to submit or edit their bid right up to closing. Solicitation documents, including addenda, are instantly available online for review.

With eBid eXchange, no matter the size or scope of their solicitations, whether for police uniforms or large scale construction projects, they are handled with ease and speed, saving both time and resources.

About ProcureWare

ProcureWare delivers procurement software-as-a-service that streamlines supplier management, sourcing, and contract management for large and small private and public sector organizations. Their eBid eXchange system is used daily by over 300 organizations to save time and money in the procurement process. Information on the company is available at www.procureware.com

City of Waterbury, CT & Henrico County, VA
City of Waterbury, CT and Malvern Hill, Henrico County, VA
Photo credit: Daniel Case & Sarah Stierch