In a nutshell, very impressed with affordability for such a quality system
Transparency, traceability and keeping the communication/negotiations together are a huge benefit for both parties
I would buy iSpec every time and anywhere I worked in this industry!
…we as Hyster find the system ideal for its capabilities to communicate while tendering, the clear format and the easy way to add our responses
“We chose iSpec for the following reasons: It is out of the box ready; Almost 100% fit to our business requirement; Allows for rapid implementation; Has standalone flexibility until our ERP system is integration-ready; Has an intuitive interface; Training and help are included; It is built on industry experience – not a theoretical model”
“Procurement capex is the biggest single cost element in SABMiller, some $US900-million a year, and, based on the Proof of Concept (PoC) phase of iSpec, the system can deliver on average a 3% saving on total project cost.”
iSpec provides excellent transparency and efficiency – especially the dashboard function where one can get a quick overview of where all procurement packages are in the tender process.
Using iSpec has immediately made tendering, evaluation and awarding of our large capital projects, a much more inclusive exercise due to the ease and visibility with which the process now works, across the various departments and buildings within the terminal complex.
The only reason that we can manage so many projects so effectively is because the negotiations and communications are recorded against each item/Clause for anybody to read and see what has been discussed/negotiated. That is also valid for the Vendor because they pass the docs from Tender team to Engineering/Project management team.
Very affordable, not sure why companies pursue SAP and Oracle to customise tendering systems when there are already solid and demonstrated systems like iSpec.
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