Glasgow, United Kingdom, 11 July 2012: By providing free access to relevant public sector contract opportunities, events, news and resources, the Supply National SME Engagement Programme (Supply)is designed to help clients to grow their business. Registration for the programme is free and customers can start winning more public sector business immediately they enrol. The Supply contract information service is owned by BiP Solutions, the Glasgow-based market leader in the provision of innovative solutions that help optimise supply chain value for both the public and private sectors.
Registration for Supply is very straightforward. Grahame Steed, Senior Executive Officer at BiP Solutions said: “Registering for Supply couldn't be easier. Simply click any of the ‘Register for the Programme Free’ links on our website and choose your status as a supplier, then enter your contact details. A confirmation page will show you the area to which you have free access. You will then receive your username and password which will allow you access to the Supply Programme Centre.”
Mr Steed further said: “Once registered and logged in, you set up your Supply Daily Email Alert. This service will allow you to create a profile matching your company's requirements. An alert will then be dispatched each working day to your email account containing relevant contract opportunities, saving you time and money when searching for public sector business. Supply is the clear choice to help your business prosper and grow.”
Customers get free access to contract opportunities from their local area as well as extracts of relevant contracts from other geographical areas. These can be accessed through a subscription upgrade.
Contracts on the Supply website can also be searched by entering a time period and relevant keywords.
The Supply National SME Engagement Programme (Supply) is a contract information service from BiP Solutions that provides details of business opportunities with the public sector and insight into the public sector procurement process. Particularly focused on start-ups and small businesses, Supply helps businesses to develop and grow by providing them with access to contract opportunities, news, training events and other resources.
For more information, please visit – http://www.supplycontracts.co.uk