Browsing Tag: Tendering

ContractComplete Is Transforming the Digital Landscape

The demand for performing work digitally is increasing which means the days of doing manual bidding, written payment certificates and hand-signed documents are a thing of the past. To catch up with this demand, it’s important to choose…

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Construction Quotes to Inspire Your Team!

The way construction is done is changing, but the reason to work in the industry remains the same. Below are inspiring construction quotes to inspire your team to continue building amazing buildings and spaces! “You can dream, create,…

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Leveraging Social Media For Construction Business’

Today, there are 3.5-billion social media users around the world. Yes, that’s nearly half of the world’s population! There’s no denying that these platforms have become a key part of our daily lives. In fact in the USA…

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10 New Features added to our Construction Bidding Software.

Check out the 10 latest features for bid and contract administrators we’ve recently added thanks to feedback from our clients! Whether you are an existing user or a landscape architect or civil engineer looking for construction bidding software,…

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Geoscape Contracting rallies with ContractComplete

*Nature of Innovation – Keen on Lean The shop, just north of Angus Glen Golf Club in Markham, is an impressive sight. Polished concrete floors, open concept offices, and a fleet of shiny green custom wrapped trucks. Let’s…

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eTender Bid Encryption: Assurance for the Paranoid Contractor

I thought it was important to write this post in order to clear up some common misconceptions which may exist relating to the ContractComplete bid encryption system.  When we were designing ContractComplete, we knew that security and privacy…

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Introducing Variable Pricing!

You gave us feedback and we listened! It’s a new year and we wish you all the best! We are super excited to introduce variable pricing starting January 15th, 2018. We understand that contractors may not always be…

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