Tag Archive: Darley eTender

Jul 03 2014

EstimateOne to expand beyond Australasian e-tendering

Streamlining complex construction procurement in Australia could be platform for growth into other markets, EstimateOne’s founders believe. I have been writing about web-based tendering solutions for the construction industry for around 10 years, watching what has been a slow and still somewhat gradual expansion. By 2005, my then employer, BIW Technologies (now Conject) had launched an e-tendering solution that …

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Apr 30 2014

NexTenders targeting UK construction

India-based NexTenders is targeting the UK architecture, engineering and construction market with its e-tendering and e-procurement applications. I have written about e-tendering in the construction industry several times since the mid-2000s when several of the SaaS construction collaboration technology vendors (eg: 4Projects, Asite, Conject, Sarcophagus) all launched online tendering services which were integrated with their core …

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Jul 05 2012

RICS e-Tendering extends to sub-contracts

After reading a depressing opinion piece by Grant Prior on Construction Enquirer (Contractors need less yacking, more backing), I noticed a news item from yesterday about the RICS eTendering service. The RICS has extended its offering to provide a pay-per-use service for subcontract tenders. As long-standing readers of this blog may know, RICS eTendering was launched …

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