Press Release: October 21, 2015
A general online search for government contract bids will show hundreds of results that have little or nothing to do with your business. Especially if yours is a water industry related business rarely are these results targeted to your line of work and you end up wasting a lot of time searching for the right business opportunity. But with H2bid.com’s full service e-bidding platform for government contract bids, finding work in the water industry has become extremely easy.
The day to day running of hundreds of water utility concerns in the country is outsourced to contractors and opens up a vast market for related goods and services worth billions of dollars. Water utilities put up tenders and contracts for projects that vendors and contractors bid on. H2bid.com does the job of bringing together both the parties on to a common platform.
H2bid.com’s website carries bids and tenders posted by government water utility agencies for projects like construction of water treatment plants, dams, setting up of water distribution systems and sewage systems, consultancy services, providing manpower, supply of materials like purification chemicals, pipes, meters, taps and any other type of services related to the water and wastewater industry.
With h2bid’s full service e-bidding platform for government Reverse Osmosis Tender bids, water utilities can conduct the whole tendering process online. Not only do they post tenders at h2bid.com, they also call for bids online.
The tendering process for the water utilities is handled smoothly and efficiently with h2bid’s cloud based e-bidding service. The agency posting the tender can monitor the bids online as they are placed and shortlist the promising ones. The whole process is streamlined as the e-bidding platform is designed to meet the strict requirements of the water industry.
Using the full service e-bidding platform for government Water Procurement offers several advantages to water utilities. Firstly, the tendering process is streamlined and becomes extremely cost effective as it allows quick selection of candidates. The whole process is handled online so that there is no wastage of time.
The water utility wanting to post a tender can do it for free. It can also use the pre-bid forum to help with writing bid specifications, monitor the bidding activity online and complete the process within a specific but short timeframe.
Vendors and contractors looking for work can visit http://www.h2bid.com to find tenders in line with their business. A subscription for membership to the site will ensure they get email alerts for new bids and tenders as soon as they are posted. Through H2bid.com, contractors have a global platform for bidding opportunities. They can also post a response to the tenders online provided the water utility has called for online bids.
To conclude, H2bid.com’s full service e-bidding platform for Government Procurement Bids is an online market that helps both, water utilities and service providers to conduct a mutually beneficial and cost effective tendering process.
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