Three Money Wasting Bid Management Jobs that ContractComplete can Solve

Bid management in construction contracts (especially unit price contracts) involves a ton of time consuming work work! Also, it needs to be done carefully in order to avoid costly mistakes which can damage the reputation of your firm. Here we list a few of the most challenging construction bid management tasks that our users complained about before switching to ContractComplete.

  1. Tabulating bids and leveling is exhausting
    The bid levelling step can take many hours and even days to prepare. Bid leveling may be the most grueling bid management task out there!  With CC, Tender tabulations are instantly available at the deadline, and they are accurate! *consultants control if incomplete bids can be submitted or not, therefore giving you full control. Many of our customers tell us that bid leveling was one of their biggest pain points before they made the switch.
  2. Collaborating with ALL stakeholders?: Addendum, Q&A, and COs
    Transmitting the latest version of drawings, updated specs, changes in the scope of work, and project progress is everything, but rarely done right. With automation and user preferences, all key persons receive project updates in real-time. And, with our activity log, we can always audit what’s been done.
  3. Blind Budgeting
    Muddling together a budget for the schedule of prices and provisional items is a trust indicator for your clients. Manually, delving into archived spreadsheets for clarity is just silly. Our users have all historic pricing from previously award contracts at their fingertips. Legacy data automation displays previous line items as you type!

Thanks,
The ContractComplete Team

Sean has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto. He is the General Manager at Geoscape Contracting, and has been actively managing projects in the land development industry for over 10 years. He realized in 2015 that there must be a better way to do contract administration in order to minimize mistakes and save contractors and consultants time on their paperwork. He's a father, an entrepreneur and habitual crossfitter. He enjoys roasting coffee beans and uses the pour-over method to brew his daily cup.

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