This client had completed the PQQ themselves but felt that a review of the documentation prior to submission would highlight any weak areas, which could then be resolved to make a stronger submission. However, at this point there was only 3 hours to go until the deadline!
This micro business had been successfully providing services to a council for over two decades via referrals and requests by satisfied residents. A shake-up within the council’s procurement department meant the company now had to tender for all future work through a framework agreement.
A well-established, local company had several contracts coming up for renewal over the course of the year and needed some assistance in becoming ‘tender ready’.
This exceptionally complex ITT comprised of several ‘lots’, with detailed pricing and discount structures and a mountain of evidential information required. It was a highly competitive tender with at least 300 other bidders vying for a limited number of contracts per lot.
This taxi service's long term contract was up for renewal. Over the years, they had helped the trust develop and strengthen its own policies and processes to ensure safer and more efficient transport for their patients and they were determined not to lose this vital part of their revenue.
This ITT offered an exceptional opportunity to create and deliver a truly unique and interactive online experience, using the best of online technology and social media, through a highly detailed specification that still allowed for innovation and added value.
This specialist management consultancy was well placed to deliver the specific type of business performance improvement system the tenderer required. However, the company was more used to promoting its services within the private sector and wanted to make sure they fully completed the PQQ.
Having already passed the PQQ, this well-established company needed a little extra help to fully demonstrate their experience and the policies and practices they work to.
A small specialist contractor, engaged for over a decade through un-tendered contracts, needed to formally tender to remain on a particular framework - with no experience of PQQs and less than three days until deadline.
Re-tendering for their existing place on the council’s framework, this company were wise enough not to take existing relationships for granted and wanted to submit a really competitive ITT to ensure they retained the work.
This tiny specialist leisure facilities contractor was asked to provide a wealth of Health & Safety information to the Main Contractor in order to remain on their approved supplier list.