College & University Procurement Solutions

Our e-procurement solution allows higher education procurement professionals to do more with less in both public and private institutions.

College & University Procurement Solutions

Higher education procurement departments are facing budget constraints and being tasked to do more with less in both public and private institutions. Many college and university purchasing divisions are seeking improved efficiency and more robust services to manage external and internal customers. Educational institutions are finding that an e-procurement solution facilitates transparency, accountability, supplier management, document distribution and overall efficiency within the purchasing department. Our higher education customers have resolved the many challenges that arise during the bidding process with an mdf commerce e-procurement solution.

Benefits for Colleges and Universities

  • Go paperless with online management and distribution of all documents including addendum, plan holder lists and award information with electronic bid capabilities
  • Easily configure contractor pre-qualification program form per business unit or per bid specific opportunities
  • Barrier-free supplier registration process allows your suppliers access to documents and opportunities
  • Configurable e-procurement solution that is easily integrated with existing financial or ERP solutions in place at your institution
  • Secure information accessible to all internal stakeholders
  • Easy and quick to implement e-procurement “software as a service” (SaaS) solution

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I think that the purchasing system is tailored to New Mexico and I won't ever go back to doing my purchasing any other way.

Tammy Brisco West, Purchasing Director, Chaves County

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