With this acquisition, Negometrix further expands the functionality of its software platform and strengthens its leading position in the Dutch market.
Is e-Procurement Free For Buyers?
Jan Siderius gives his insight on whether the purchasing organization or the supplier community should bear the cost of an e-Procurement software.
Including the Negometrix staff, the group combines for a tremendous amount of hands-on procurement experience.
The software by Commerce-hub is now called NegometrixPortal
The name Portal ensures a clear distinction of the different software solutions by the Negometrix company.
Recap: NIGP “Best Value Procurement” Webinar Presented by Negometrix CEO, Jan Siderius
On September 11, 2018, The National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) invited Negometrix CEO, Jan Siderius, to speak for a one-hour long webinar regarding Best Value Procurement. In the webinar, Mr. Siderius covered many interesting topics within Best Value Procurement. If you would like to learn more or access the webinar slides, click to read more below.
A Comparative Study of Formulas for Choosing the Most Economically Advantageous Solicitation
Jan Siderius, MSc., is the CEO of Negometrix, Utrecht, the Netherlands, and Member of the EU Expert Group on eProcurement. His interest and research is in public and private electronic tendering (e-procurement) with a focus on the most economically advantageous tender (solicitation) calculation methods.
Dutch software company Negometrix to develop the national procurement system for all Bulgarian Public Entities
On December 15, 2017 Negometrix as part of a consortium, signed a contract with the Public Procurement Agency of the Republic of Bulgaria. The contract is for delivering and support of the national procurement for a period of 4 years. Negometrix will deliver the software solution, that will be used by all public authorities such as cities, provinces, ministries, hospitals, utilities and others for purchasing goods, services and supplies completely electronically. The awarded contract worth € 2,4 million was a result of an extensive European tendering procedure which took almost 1 year. The awarding criteria was 60% on quality and 40% on price.