News | November 28, 2017

Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System Reaches 200 Local Government Agencies

BidNet Direct announces that the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System (RMEPS) has reached 200 local government agencies utilizing the sourcing system.

Denver (PRWEB) - BidNet Direct announces that the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System (RMEPS) has reached 200 local government agencies utilizing the sourcing system.

RMEPS is a convenient online platform for local government agencies throughout Colorado and Wyoming to streamline their procurement process while reducing cost. The bid system also makes it easier for vendors to do business with local governments in the Rocky Mountain region, with 200 participating public organizations publishing RFPs and documents in one location, http://www.BidNetDirect.com/colorado.

Departments and purchasing buyers from 200 local government agencies utilize the system to distribute and give vendors instant access to bids, RFP's, quotes and corresponding addendum online. Denver Arts & Venues authority became the 200th participating agency to join the bidding platform, joining the City of Fort Collins, the City & County of Denver, the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado State University and many more counties, local municipalities, school districts, colleges and special districts throughout the region.

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

“The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System enables government agencies and municipalities to optimize their efficiency while cutting procurement cost,” states Dan Ansell, Vice President of BidNet. “Reaching 200 participating agencies is a great milestone, and the registered vendors now have a one-stop platform for local government bid opportunities. Our commitment to a statewide approach to local government procurement will ensure the platform’s continued growth throughout the region.”

The e-procurement system provides purchasing professionals with a platform to increase transparency, leverage shared resources, and makes it easier for vendors to do business with local government in one, online location. “Municipalities save money while vendors obtain centralized access to local government bid opportunities,” Ansell continued. “Both vendors and agencies within the procurement cycle win.”

Colorado and Wyoming local government agencies not currently participating on RMEPS may request a quick, personalized demonstration of the system today to start increasing vendor outreach and optimizing purchasing efficiency tomorrow, https://www.bidnetdirect.com/buyer-demo.

About The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System:
The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System is a part of BidNet’s regional purchasing groups available at no cost to local government agencies. With years of input from procurement professionals, BidNet specifically developed the bid system to fill the need for a robust bid and supplier management solution for local government agencies. BidNet runs regional purchasing groups throughout the country used by nearly 1,200 local government agencies. To learn more about the features and modules available to government agencies, please visit http://www.SourceSuite.com

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