Within your procurement team, you are all giving it your best shot, but you can be undermined by the difficulty of tracing, auditing and complying in line with the most up-to-date guidelines and standards. One major obstacle is ensuring buyers can efficiently and effectively manage their framework agreements and the contracts arising from them. Now, the trouble of having to email or request a quote via letter can become a thing of the past.
The creation of Contract Lists
Efficiently manage framework and supplier lists or create bespoke lists tailored to the nature of your quick call.
Invite suppliers to Contract Lists via email or through the use of Delta eSourcing’s Supplier Information Database.
Sharing of Contract Lists within an organisation
Easily set up and maintain varying privileges across the organisation using Quick Call.
Contract Lists can be shared across the organisation, allowing ease of access for users and enabling quick analysis and the freedom to use listed suppliers for future contracts.
Easily download and evaluate supplier responses. Award the winning supplier based on these results, making use of our Successful/Unsuccessful award email templates.
Creation and publication of Quick Calls from a framework
Issue a Quick Call or request a quote directly from selected suppliers using robust, current information.
This allows suppliers to follow a simple process to provide relevant information and documents.
Amend or withdraw notices easily during the process. Communication has never been easier with the ability to engage with suppliers via the built-in message centre.
Viewing and analysis of a Contract List report
The Contract List report allows analysis of framework agreement performance as well as easy to use analysis of statistical information within the system or through exporting data.
Users can access the full activity and status logs for historic or ongoing awards, allowing for robust planning.
Golden Gates Housing Trust
“The response to Quick Call within the organisation has been very positive and has already helped achieve significant savings and management time. By opening up the works to competition the incumbent supplier was circa £130,000 more expensive on a spend of circa £215,000.”