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City of Boulder Purchasing Saves By Going Digital

The City of Boulder has found a solution that automates these purchasing processes while saving time and meeting grant requirements for vendor outreach. Several City purchasing professionals – Dave Bannon (Purchasing Manager), Calder Grey (Purchasing Coordinator), and Pamela Andrus (Purchasing Coordinator) – addressed their use of BidNet Direct’s Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System and how their purchasing processes have improved over the years.

Town of Parker goes above and beyond purchasing policies

Purchasing policies can vary from state to state and those rules change even more on the local government level. Traci Gorman, Procurement Officer for the Town of Parker, Colorado makes certain to not only follow the rules and guidelines, but exceed them whenever possible.

Time saving solution for more efficient purchasing

Procurement processes often take time. Dirk Banks, Purchasing Specialist at Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District (Northern Water), realized that there had to be a more efficient way of managing the Northern Water solicitations and overall procurement process. From having to find vendors, to sending out the solicitations, to waiting for possible bid submissions to be returned; Banks was spending too much time manually managing solicitations and vendor communication.

Community College benefits from bid & vendor management

The public procurement process has gone digital. Higher education centers around the country have recognized that electronic purchasing saves both time and money. In this case study, Hinds Community College District Director of Purchasing Sam Lemonis discusses the benefits of leaving behind a manual process for tabulating bid responses and vendor management.

The benefits of switching to e-sourcing

In a time in which everything is going digital, bid management processes within public organizations are following suit. Due to the perceived challenges of adopting new processes, organizations often have been slower adopters of e-sourcing solutions.

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