We pride ourselves in being a partner to all of our participating agencies, and the high level of customer service that we provide both buyers and the thousands of registered vendors.
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (PRWEB) July 11, 2018
BidNet Direct’s MITN Purchasing Group has grown to 200 local government agencies utilizing the purchasing platform for bid and vendor management. Since January 2018, 16 new agencies have joined the purchasing group including Emmet County, Retirement System for the City of Detroit, and Hillsdale County.
The MITN Purchasing Group provides local government agencies throughout Michigan with a central location to manage, publish, and distribute solicitations. MITN streamlines the purchasing process for participating agencies, and allows their solicitations to reach a wider range of vendors. While making the purchasing process easier on local government agencies, it also provides vendors with a bid system that makes it easy to participate in government solicitation opportunities. Vendors will have access to solicitations from all 200 and counting participating local agencies in one centralized location, along with the option to add notifications of relevant bid opportunities. Vendors looking to expand their exposure to local government bid opportunities can register for the purchasing group and enjoy the immediate benefits at http://www.bidnetdirect.com/mitn.
The 200 agencies utilize the bid system’s enhanced features and benefits, which include:
- Vendor Management & Expanded Vendor Database
- Extensive RFP & Bid Library
- Electronic Bid Submission Capabilities
- Bid & Award Management
- Response Evaluation
- Contract Management
- Complete Audit & Tracking of Solicitations
- Approval Workflow
“We’re very proud that the MITN Purchasing Group has hit 200 participating agencies,” says Dan Ansell, Vice President of BidNet. “It’s great to see that so many local government agencies use the platform to streamline their purchasing process. I look forward to seeing the continuation of growth amongst both our vendor and buyer community in Michigan. We pride ourselves in being a partner to all of our participating agencies, and the high level of customer service that we provide both buyers and the thousands of registered vendors,” Ansell continued.
BidNet Direct’s regional Purchasing Groups provide agencies with a no-cost platform that provides audit and tracking capabilities, a bid library that allows agencies to share resources, and an easy to use system for their vendors. Local government agencies within Michigan that are not currently utilizing the MITN Purchasing Group may request a quick, personalized demonstration of the system to see how you can start streamlining your purchasing processes and increasing your vendor outreach today, https://www.bidnetdirect.com/buyer-demo.