Rocky Mountain Purchasing Group Surpasses 100 Agency Milestone

The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System, powered by BidNet, reached a significant milestone with the addition of its 100th local government agency, Adams 12 Five Star Schools, on Jan. 20. The regional purchasing group for Colorado and Wyoming public procurement professionals (http://www.rockymountainbidsystem.com) has seen rapid expansion in the last year, adding 23 government buying partners and 241 purchasing departments.

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Colorado Bid System Exceeds 100 Government Agencies

Colorado Bid System Exceeds 100 Government Agencies

The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System has given local government organizations an efficient way to automate the purchasing process. We are very happy with the adoption rate of the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System and reaching the 100 agency milestone.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 28, 2014

The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System, powered by BidNet, reached a significant milestone with the addition of its 100th local government agency, Adams 12 Five Star Schools, on Jan. 20. The regional purchasing group for Colorado and Wyoming public procurement professionals has seen rapid expansion in the last year, adding 23 government buying partners and 241 purchasing departments.

The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System (http://www.rockymountainbidsystem.com) provides an efficient way for local government agencies to notify vendors of Colorado and Wyoming bid postings through its robust solicitation and vendor management solutions. The bid system offers centralized access to participating agencies’ solicitations along with automatic industry-targeted bid notifications and addenda alerts sent to registered suppliers.

BidNet’s e-procurement solution, SourceSuite, manages the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System, along with 14 other regional bid systems located through the United States. SourceSuite provides over 900 buying organizations with a purchasing and vendor management solution through its online private and shared regional bid systems.

To date, more than 17,000 solicitations have been posted by 1,520 local government departments, including those in the City and County of Denver, City of Arvada, Weld County, Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority and Aurora Public Schools. The system’s features and benefits for public purchasing organizations include:

  •     Centralized Access for Local Vendors
  •     Automated Supplier Registration
  •     Electronic Document Distribution
  •     Increased Vendor Competition and Transparency
  •     Shared Bid Library
  •     Cooperative Bidding & Community Discussion Forum
  •     Electronic Bid Submission Capabilities
  •     Full Audit Trail & Comprehensive Reporting
  •     Live Customer Service Support
"The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System has given local government organizations an efficient way to automate the purchasing process. We are very happy with the adoption rate of the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System and reaching the 100 agency milestone," said Dan Ansell, VP of BidNet. "100 agencies is a success and we are confident in the bid system’s continued growth in the future."

Interested Colorado or Wyoming government agencies can call BidNet’s e-procurement department to learn more on about the streamlined procurement solutions offered. Vendors can visit http://www.rockymountainbidsystem.com directly to register to access bids and RFPs from all participating government agencies.

About SourceSuite:

BidNet’s e-procurement solution, SourceSuite, helps more than 900 buying organizations across the country with its supplier management, document distribution and audit and control tools. SourceSuite offers a configurable solution to purchasing departments in a variety of industries. More information is available at http://www.sourcesuite.com or by calling 800-835-4603.


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