Sectors

Public works, Engineering
and Construction

Solutions adapted to your challenges and your sector.

    • Fewer and fewer direct award contracts and captive markets.
    • Less and less time to respond to RFPs.
    • Increasingly stringent and sometimes incomplete specifications.
    • Prices squeezed from two sides: customer requirements, and competition from both major national players and small local businesses.
Address increasing demands for high-quality technical briefs, save time, and streamline practices across the engineering firms or departments.

BUILD A RESPONSE

BUILD A RESPONSE

Pre-fill DC1 and DC2 forms Assemble your bid package in a few clicks
ACCESS CONTENT BLOCKS

ACCESS CONTENT BLOCKS

Quickly access frequently used content blocks (quality plan, construction/waste management plan, QHSE policy, agency/company presentation, etc.)

MANAGE CONTENT LISTS

MANAGE CONTENT LISTS

Manage lists of agency-specific content (human resources, equipment, supplies, CVs, references)

INTEGRATE CONTENT FROM SPECIALISTS

INTEGRATE CONTENT FROM SPECIALISTS

Easily integrate content provided by local specialists in agencies, technical experts, co-contractors and subcontractors

ADAPT THE TECHNICAL BRIEF

ADAPT THE TECHNICAL BRIEF

Adapt the angle from which to tackle the technical brief, based on the technical requirements and ranking criteria

FACILITATE SHARING

FACILITATE SHARING

Make it easy to share creative solutions (procedures and speaking techniques, for example)

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« Our new graphic layout has been a real success. It looks more professional, more modern, and has been a big hit. The software also saves our sales support staff a lot of time, since they can create bid packages in just a few clicks. »- Olivier Curot, head of the integrated quality, safety and environment management system at Ramery Bâtiment
« Even though our offers have always been personalised, we did sometimes take inspiration from past proposals and copy certain parts… and of course all the little version errors and typos were often replicated. A centralised database was the right solution. »- Emma Balayre, head of the collaborative project financing group at AYMING
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