2019 ContractComplete in Review: Fillable Bid Forms and More!

We had an great year creating new features for our engaged users such as fillable bid forms, change order requests, and more! The positive feedback and praise will fuel our new developments in 2020. Instilling project performance is our vision. But our mission is to bring people together and provide them with a trustworthy SaaS product that actually makes an impact.

The Good Stuff: New Features

January 2019

  • Bid-levelling enhancements: review qualification notes and balance RFP price submissions for instant line-by-line tender-tabulation so you can get a true comparison.

March 2019

  • ContractComplete milestone – Administers bids for over $10M of work.

April 2019

May 2019

June 2019

July 2019

  • Solo Mode – All stakeholders can collaborate or choose a completely independent workflow tool so you can use ContractComplete on more projects now!

August 2019

  • Multi-office divisions – improvements to user permissions and scalability so your firm’s other offices can join in on the party

September 2019

  • Bid-Audit – examine bidders engagement at any time so you know how many bids to expect

October 2019

  • Quantity Quoting – line-by-line comparison of quoted quantities (estimate of material, annual inflations, durations of work units etc.)
  • Daily Commercial News no longer monopolizes publishing Certificate of Substantial Performance and other mandatory notices in Ontario. See Link2Build and Ontario Construction News

November 2019

  • Payment Certificate Update – A digestible template improvement showing all the holdbacks/retainage to date, original contract value + changes in order to improve compliance

December 2019

  • Fillable Bid forms – One window Submission so no more need for print-sign-scan and aching-breaky form filling workarounds.

January 2020

Staying active and busy is the highest priority for Alex. On the squash court, hockey rink or golf course; this is where you will find him when he isn't working, exploring local history, brewing ales, or attempting to art. "Reality leaves a lot to the imagination" ~ AE

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