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Tender evaluation

Tenuous Link to World Cup Procurement Post – How to Score Tenders

OK, we apologise, we have re-scheduled a couple of this week’s articles so we can feature something about the World Cup. Well, if we can’t […]

Bid Feedback – What Procurement Says, What Procurement Means

Here is another of our "best of" posts from 2015 for your holiday period reading pleasure!  ____________ I still do a small amount of consulting work […]

Peter Marshall of Commerce Decisions – Do We Understand Our Tendering Processes? (Part 2)

Yesterday we featured the first part of our interview with Peter Marshall of software firm Commerce Decisions. Today we will look at his views on […]

Peter Marshall of Commerce Decisions – Do We Understand Our Tendering Processes? (Part 1)

The recent eWorld conference and exhibition saw a session led by Peter Marshall, Professional Services Director of Commerce Decisions, who provide very clever software that […]

Bid Feedback – What Procurement Says, What Procurement Means

I still do a small amount of consulting work these days.That is in part because I enjoy it, in part because it keeps my hand […]

Tender evaluation – do your procurement processes have unintended consequences?

We’re getting close to our next Real World Sourcing series briefing, next week in fact on April 2nd, and I’m going to be talking about […]

Tender responses – why are suppliers getting better at it?

John Cole of QinetiQ Commerce Decisions (QCD) has published another interesting piece on their website around an analysis of tenders received by one of their […]