New! Open Windows Approvals App
Clarity, efficiency and transparency, in the palm of your hand
Tender, Evaluate, Award, and Manage. Nine modules, each designed to streamline the procurement and supply side of your organisation.
What is the new Open Windows Verified Supplier Network™ and why is it so powerful?
Designed for the end-user who doesn’t have time to mess around, GetQuotes™ and QuickContract™ provide a faster and easier way to complete your sourcing and contract management activities. Using these nifty features, you can get your quotes out to market before your morning coffee, and set up a new contract using only the bare essential information required. Kick off the source-to-contract lifecycle on the right foot – smooth, easy, successfully.
Open Windows Verified Supplier Network ™ (VSN) provides end-to-end supplier visibility in the form of a centralised, digital database that verifies your suppliers against the ABR. In the event of any discrepancies, the VSN will swiftly notify you – this goes for new and existing suppliers. We know effective, transparent supply chain shouldn’t stop once you verify a new vendor, so we’ve taken the guesswork out of your supply chain decision making.
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The 6 Myths of the Written Contract
If you’re unhappy with the current state of your contracts, you have three key levers at your disposal, which you can use to propel them into a place where real contract management thrives. Pull on your scuba diving gear and dive into the deep, sometimes rocky, but completely controllable waters of the contract lifecycle below.
As your organisation moves towards greater levels of contracting and becomes more dependent on third parties, contract management is swiftly becoming one of its core activities. Learn how you can yield positive results throughout the contract lifecycle, now and into the future, with these 12 best practices.
Local government procurement teams are being forced to do more with less this year. This might sound like a gloomy statement, but it doesn’t have to be – not when we reshape our procurement strategies to make them a little more proactive. Here’s four tips to get you started, courtesy of Open Windows CEO Adam McInnes.