| Press Release|
|Oct 28, 2008||STDI'S COOPERATIVE PURCHASING SERVICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR PURCHASING GROUPS|
STDI Consulting Inc. today announces the launch of the Cooperative Purchasing Service. The hosted Internet service is a collection of project management and collaboration tools. They are bundled to benefit the members of purchasing groups that need to share requirements, commodity specifications, contracts, vendor details and provide feedback on all issues.
|Description of Functions|
The Cooperative Purchasing Service closes the gap between the procurement systems in different agencies so they can be managed by one project leader. Participating agencies share the project management with the integrated tools.
Coordinate requirements and specifications, from information gathering to contract renewal. All information is stored according to your own established rules and procedures. Find answers fast from ordered list, or search the full text index. Function permission is role based and all access requires authentication.
Immediately alert members of urgent issues and receive a daily summary of updates.
Generate Detail and Summary Reports by Goods and Services and by Members. Export key data and create reports with your desktop application.
Organize your meeting agendas, minutes, contract examples, spreadsheet templates or any other type of electronic file in one place. Add revisions and comments for the benefit of the group.
Ask questions, raise issues and participate in the solution finding process. Add a response or feedback if it needs clarification. Solve current issues and review them when a renewal is negotiated.
Share your contacts and invite new suppliers.
Update your contact details and set your preferences.
The Cooperative Purchasing Service is available now.
Further information and a demo can be accessed at www.stdi.com.
Phone: (905) 820-1641
About STDI Consulting Inc.
STDI Consulting Inc. was founded in 1994 and provides hosting services since 1999. For more information visit www.stdi.com
First published on October 28, 2008