Kickoff 2018 with a new Purchasing Website! ProPortal is turning 10 in 2018 and has set the standard with an affordable, user-friendly purchasing portal currently used by Essex, Hudson, Bergen, Middlesex, Cape May and Cumberland Counties in New Jersey. Simplify the process with ProPortal! ProPortal is more then just an email notification system, it … Continue reading Kickoff 2018 with a new Purchasing Website!
Does your Purchasing Portal Send Fax Notifications? It should! Since 2008, our Purchasing Portal has notified vendors via email and/or fax, depending on their notification preference. Just like our email logs that show admin users when the notification was sent and delivered, our fax logs show when the fax was sent and the confirmation … Continue reading Does your Purchasing Portal Send Fax Notifications? It should!
Can your Purchasing Portal accept vendor responses online? ProPortal is ready! The industry may not be there just yet but our Purchasing Portal is ready! The Vendor Submission Manager “VSM” is an add-on module that focuses on security, ease of use and speed. The VSM uses the latest in technology and data storage to ensure … Continue reading Can your Purchasing Portal accept vendor responses online? ProPortal is ready!
ASSEMBLY, No. 1869 STATE OF NEW JERSEY 217th LEGISLATURE PRE-FILED FOR INTRODUCTION IN THE 2016 SESSION Sponsored by: Assemblyman BENJIE E. WIMBERLY District 35 (Bergen and Passaic) Assemblywoman VALERIE VAINIERI HUTTLE District 37 (Bergen) Assemblywoman SHEILA Y. OLIVER District 34 (Essex and Passaic) Assemblywoman CLEOPATRA G. TUCKER District 28 (Essex) Assemblywoman ANNETTE QUIJANO District 20 … Continue reading ASSEMBLY, No. 1869 STATE OF NEW JERSEY 217th LEGISLATURE
April 16, 2012 Electronic procurement a game changer Procurement Perspectives | Stephen Bauld As we compare the two main competitive procurement models employed in Canada, not only at the municipal level but at the federal and provincial levels as well — the request for tender and the request for proposal. The assumption is that the … Continue reading Electronic procurement a game changer
BY PATTIE SIMONE WOMEN CENTRIC Edison, NJ – If you are in business or thinking of starting your own venture, you should book a seat at the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO’s) 14th Annual Business and Procurement Expo. The April 19th forum, to be held at the Pines Manor in Edison NJ … Continue reading N.J. Association of Women Business Owners to host Business and Procurement Expo in Edison
COURT HOUSE — Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton announced that the County Purchasing Department is using a new purchasing portal to conduct county business. The new portal, purchased via SHI International Corp., is an interactive website that enables vendors to learn about purchasing opportunities with Cape May County. “There are many savings and efficiencies associated with … Continue reading Cape May County Introduces New Purchasing Portal
Posting opportunities and bids online is something any company or municipality can do in-house as a “Cost Savings” effort. BUT, are you compliant? Do you satisfy all the requirments: retention, tracking, audit logs, notification equality? What you think you are saving but posted a PDF online, could cost you thousands, possibly millions if (when) done … Continue reading “We post our bids online already”, BUT…
ProPortal recently added Hudson County of New Jersey and in the process added a number of new features, including the integrated OMWBE tracking system. OMWBE DEpartment of Hudson County specializes in assisting small, disadvantage, disabled, minority and women-owned businesses with technical assistance through seminars and training workshops and will guide vendors through the County’s procurement … Continue reading ProPortal strengthens OMWBE relationships
Published: Sunday, January 15, 2012, 5:55 PM Updated: Sunday, January 15, 2012, 5:55 PM By Statehouse Bureau Staff Patti Sapone/The Star-LedgerGov. Chris Christie appears in his Trenton office in this file photo from earlier this month. TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie has ordered a complete review of state purchasing laws and the public contracting processes, prompted … Continue reading Gov. Christie orders complete review of N.J. purchasing laws, public contracting processes