|By Marketwired .||
|August 28, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
AMERICAN FORK, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 08/28/14 -- BidSync released a new e-book that offers advice and insight for public sector purchasing professionals on how to smooth the requisitioning process. The book is available for free download at: http://www.bidsync.com/eprocurement/resources/ebooks/roadblocks-to-efficient-requisitioning/.
"Our e-book library is designed to give public sector purchasing professionals actionable insight," said Fred Tillman, interim CEO. "Requisitioning is a vital part of the procurement process and it requires efficient collaboration between purchasing departments and requestors."
BidSync is the industry leader in automated e-procurement. "10 Roadblocks to Efficient Requisitioning" follows the very popular "Cooperative Agreements 101." The company's e-book library capitalizes on their expertise in procurement for the public sector.
BidSync recently announced the release of BidSync Request and BidSync Purchase, making it the only e-procurement solution on the marketplace that offers true end-to-end capabilities for government agencies, educational institutions, hospitals and NGOs. BidSync's innovative e-procurement solutions have been trusted by more than 1,000 public sector agencies nationwide.
BidSync's solutions automate the procurement process and provide tools that allow for greater collaboration and management at every phase. The end-to-end solution suite allows agencies to integrate every process from the purchase request to final settlement.
BidSync (www.bidsync.com) offers cloud-based, end-to-end e-procurement solutions that help public sector agencies streamline their procurement process, maintain compliance, reduce costs, enable transparency and save time. The solutions deliver cross-functionality through the entire procurement process from request to settle. BidSync also delivers bid notification services to more than 800,000 vendors nationwide. BidSync has more than 15 years of experience and its award-winning solutions have been relied on by more than 1,000 public sector agencies nationwide.
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