Tag: Tender.ly

A look at BidConTender

Two weeks ago (post), I noted the soft launch of an Aconex service branded BidContender, where the Australian SaaS construction collaboration technology provider is aiming to create an e-tendering portal that will allow contractors to distribute tender documentation and subcontractors to have easy access to that data. Last week I had a chat with Bernard (‘Bern’) …

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Tender.ly now available as download

Just over six months ago, I discovered a one-page website about Tender.ly, web-based software for architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) companies to conduct their tendering for suppliers and subcontractors. Originally pencilled in for late 2009 and then February 2010, the launch date slipped a bit (as with many software projects), but a server version of …

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Still coming soon: tender.ly

In October last year, I chanced upon tender.ly, “web-based software, for Architecture, Engineering and Construction companies to conduct their tendering for suppliers and subcontractors”. The service, from Sydney-Australia-based Constrex, was due to be launched in late 2009, but I understand the launch of the web-based service has been delayed. I received a Twitter: “We aim …

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Coming soon: tender.ly

Found through a Twitter connection: It’s almost ready. tender.ly is elegant and powerful web-based software, for Architecture, Engineering and Construction companies to conduct their tendering for suppliers and subcontractors. It’s software that makes your job easier, not harder. There’s no long-term contracts, just a low monthly fee. And you’ll be up and running in minutes, …

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