At TenderEasy we believe it should be easy to run a freight tender (the clue’s in the name).
Our solutions were designed by professionals with many years’ experience in the game, who got together to create an easy-to-use tender platform. They were frustrated with having to clean data from different sources, or even worse dealing with gaps, to understand historical spend profiles and plan ahead.
They looked at the tender tools on the market and knew they could do better. The result is the tendering platform we know and love :) We always listen to customer feedback and we’re constantly looking for ways to making our transport tender tool better. It’s been a long journey and TenderEasy is now the preferred solution for some of the biggest companies in the world and we keep growing.
We created TenderEasy to make freight tendering easy. We follow this vision every day, and today world class companies use TenderEasy for their transport sourcing, being intuitive and easy-to-use for both buyers and sellers of transport services.
Gather the baseline (shipping profile) from your TMS or get it from your existing logistic service providers. A baseline is your "current situation", your shipments and volumes being shipped. Check the info to make sure it is complete.
Create the tender and add information about your company, goods being shipped, hard and soft requirements. All LSPs invited should have sufficient knowledge about your requirements in order for them to make an offer that meets your expectations.
Add bidding sheets for the different pricing structures you want to run. Use best-practice templates available in TenderEasy and adjust them to your needs. Make input fields very clear, add instructions. Load current prices to cross-check that they match up reasonably with your baseline.
Launch the tender and bidders are automatically invited via email and guided how to create a secure login on the tendering platform. Bidding process is normally a process that takes some weeks where questions may arise. Share questions and answers (FAQ) with bidding participants in the platform.
Once bids are received, it is time to run scenarios and make your analysis. Run scenarios to try various bid combinations, to maximise the cost vs service ratio for your businesses. Provide precise feedback and run the bid cycle again. During negotiations the scenarios empowers you to simulate on the fly giving you leverage.
When final adjustments are received and verified in the platform. Allocate volume and award the business to the LSPs. Create your final scenario with the result, share nominated lane allocation with stakeholders. The LSP will see their awards in the platform and it will be the price-list of the agreement.