Excel Tabulation Example
We would love for you to see how neat and organized the reporting and exporting is in our system. This will not only show you what the bids look like when they have been collected, but it will also show you how it instantly collects, summarizes, tabulates, and presents the information in a clear and concise Excel spreadsheet.
Download your free bid tabulation excel spreadsheet template!
This page provides you with a free version of the bid tabulation report that we generate in our procurement solution.
As seen above, this will give you a quick snapshot of the entire bid tabulation sheet.
Line Item View
This demonstrates how our system effortlessly organizes and arranges thousands of line items instantly.
Line Item Notes
If suppliers have left extra notes on specific line items you will be able to review them here.
This section will show you how much control you can have over the responses.
The meat of the report, this neatly organizes all the responses for you. This ensures you consistently make the right decisions.
Our intuitive dashboard quickly shows you the status of all the suppliers. You will instantly know what responses are complete and what ones aren’t. Dive deeper with our Audit History functionality that shows you everything the supplier has ever done on the bid or RFP.
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