SourceSuite provides charter and private school procurement professionals a secure and configurable solution to streamline the purchasing process.
Charter & Private School Procurement Solutions
Across the United States, publicly funded charter and completely private schools are becoming more focused on cooperative purchasing capabilities and other cost saving procurement initiatives. The procurement processes for these elementary, middle and high schools are increasingly more complex as the number of students and schools within each organization is growing. Solutions to improve efficiency for private and charter school procurement are sought after by boards of directors and school administrators. SourceSuite provides private schools and partially public-funded charter schools with a streamlined approach to construction, goods and service bid opportunities and supplier management.
Benefits for Charter and Private Schools
- Improve efficiency by eliminating manual processes for supplier registration, document distribution and award management
- Fully searchable and accessible online supplier and bidder database in which suppliers keep their contact information automatically up-to-date
- Integrate all procurement workflows in one secure online location, simplifying managerial processes
- Distribute RFPs, RFQs and addenda securely using electronic document distribution
- School administrators and the procurement team can view all available vendors available for a specific bid opportunity with commodity code matching
- Configurable internal roles allow you to decide which department or users can distribute, add addenda and view suppliers' information
- Track, audit and review all procurement activities at a glance and generate in-depth reports
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The benefits of participating in the New York procurement network and sharing resources with other agencies are tremendous. As part of the Empire State Purchasing Group system we will be able to lower costs, which is critical in the current economic climate.
Ronald O. Ross, Superintendent, Greenburgh Central School District No. 7