Tendering

Support for both sides

 

Tendering: Support for both sides [Burgh House:Tendering]

Tendering is used by many organisations to manage the process of selecting suppliers for goods and services. It is widely used on St. Helena, by government, parastatal and private sector organisations to ensure fairness and openness in the selection process. Organisations worldwide also use tendering as a way of buying products or services from other businesses.

To learn more about Tendering see below.

Go to: Submitting a tenderRunning a tendering process

For an initial (free) discussion of your needs and how we can help please contact us.


Submitting a tender

The tender document you submit makes the difference been success and failure

Submitting a tender requires you to read carefully the information provided by the inviting organisation, and then write a detailed reply setting out exactly how your business will deliver the goods and/or service and, most importantly, how much you will charge. It is vitally important that you get this right, as a vague description or a poorly thought out price quote could cost your business a great deal of money. And however good you are at what you do, a poorly set out tender will reduce your chances of winning the business.

Burgh House has over sixty years’ combined experience in responding on behalf of clients to invitations to tender, and we are also experienced in the specific processes followed here on St. Helena. We can help you think through your tender submission, work out how to respond and how much to propose for your charges, and can even draw up the submission documents for you.

If you have already prepared your submission, we can review it for you, to help you identify any areas you have missed and anywhere your response could be improved.


Running a tendering process

A well-managed tendering process gives you the best quality at the best price

Running a successful tendering process is about making it clear to your potential suppliers what it is that you want, and how they should reply. Sounds obvious? Of course it does! But you might be amazed at how many invitations to tender we have seen that fail to do just that.

We can help you create a tender document that explains what you want and encourages your bidders to show what they can provide, clearly, concisely and accurately. And we can help you define the process for evaluating the responses, selecting the supplier and negotiating the detailed terms.

We can also provide an independent review of the process, to confirm fairness.

PS: no relationship to ‘Tendring’, a local government district in Eastern England.

 


I’m interested. What do I do now?

If you want to know more, please contact us for an initial discussion. We will meet with you and discuss your requirements and how we would go about meeting them. This initial meeting is free, and at the end we will write to you to explain how we can help you and what it would cost. If you decide not to proceed you pay nothing; but we are confident that you will see the benefits of working with Burgh House.

Please note that you can download a handy summary of our business services from our Documents page. Our full terms and conditions of business are available on this website.

Burgh House does not provide any services that require regulation under the Financial Services Ordinance 2008.

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