SourceDogg will be exhibiting at eWorld Procurement and Supply – See how SourceDogg can help you solve procurement challenges and reduce your supply chain risk by automating the collection and cleansing of ...
SourceDogg are jointly exhibiting with GDJ Consultancy (gdjconsultancy.com) at P4H the UK's Premier Healthcare Procurement Event of the Year. Supported by the Department of Health and the Crown Commercial Service, P4H is an opportunity for all within the NHS supply ...
SourceDogg is e-sourcing made easy. Source the right suppliers for all your goods and services with our request feature. Create your request for quotation, tender, information or proposal. Publish to a worldwide audience and/or invite specific suppliers. Effortlessly evaluate supplier responses. Award your winning ...
What will a complete and accurate profile do for you? Attract relevant suppliers that represent the best fit for your organisation. Assure suppliers your organisation is well-established with a link to your website, downloadable certifications, year established, etc. Provide supplementary information to suppliers that are considering competing for your ...
How to navigate SourceDoggGet to know your application menu for easy navigation of SourceDogg. We are buying, We are supplying and Supplier Management Resources Reports Settings, Profile and Help We are buying, We are supplying and Supplier Management...
Sample RFQ - requesting pricing for laser printers Welcome to SourceDogg, the home of effective and easy-to-use e-sourcing. This is a quick demonstration of how to create and publish a request for quotation. On this page: 1. Creating a new request and entering details Fig.1.1 Create a new request Fig.1.2 Enter request detail...
A busy week ahead for SourceDogg as we exhibit at eWorld Purchasing and Supply - the UK’s most comprehensive business forum for eProcurement, eSourcing and Supply Chain Technologies - ...
e-Sourcing is an enabler of strategic purchasing precisely because it captures valuable data on purchasing activity. Procurement spend analysis can then be used to determine trends in bid prices received, actual prices paid, and future expenditure levels.