We have spoken previously about the benefits of using a dynamic purchasing system. Not only is a DPS a flexible alternative to a framework agreement, it allows buying organisations to choose from a competitive range of suppliers.
If you would like to know why your organisation should use a dynamic purchasing system, find out more below.
As a DPS imposes no limit on the number of suppliers which can be added to it, buyers often benefit from having a competitive number of suppliers bid for the tender. This helps the buying organisation to achieve low prices, resulting in overall savings.
Work with a variety of suppliers
In recent years, the Government has introduced initiatives encouraging public sector organisations to work with SME businesses. If your buying organisation wants to work with both small and large organisations, then a DPS can help you to do this.
Due to DPS being an ‘open system’ format, new market players can join at any time. In most cases the entry requirements are lower when buyers are using a DPS, and this will encourage SME businesses to compete for work.
In a climate where technology is constantly evolving it is important that your organisation can work with businesses that provide products and services that are built with the latest innovation in mind.
If your organisation is using a framework, it may be restrictive. For example, the best suppliers at the start of a framework may have fallen behind in terms of innovation four years on.
By using a DPS your organisation will have the option of working with new suppliers in all markets.
Learn more about dynamic purchasing systems
Would you like to find out more about Delta’s Dynamic Purchasing System module?
Discover the benefits of this efficient procurement tool by requesting a free demo with a member of the Delta eSourcing team.