Posted by Rob Nathan ● 01/02/19 09:26

Awarded Contract Info: How It Helps

Awarded contract information can be extremely useful data to help your business understand your market and your competitors, get alerted of awarded tenders with Australian Tenders today!

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We've been following awarded contracts for a while now, but we've officially just introduced a new feature where you can set up an alert specific to Awarded Tenders, just go into your Tender Alerts and click where it says Alert Disabled to activate your alert today!

Tender Alerts

Our research team spends considerable time finding out who was awarded which tenders and at what price, and sometimes even information on who submitted tenders. This awarded tender information is invaluable, and can give you insights into:

  • How competitive your industry is
  • Who your competitors really are
  • Your competitors pricing
  • Your competitors cost structure
  • Where your price needs to be to win
  • Why your competitors are winning
  • Which customers are your best prospects

Even before you start tendering we recommend you have a good file through this awarded contract info from within your own industry, which you can do at our Awarded Tenders Search Page. Access to this page is included in all our subscription plans.

Although not every issuer will release awarded contract information and these results will be more limited than generic tenders, there's enough out there to be of great assistance to your understanding of your own industry and what's going on in the tendering world.

You can set up an awarded contract alert for the same preferences as your tender alert, or you can create a whole separate alert with varying differences to your tender alert. Each alert has options to include tenders OR awarded contract info OR both. We'll always provide:

  • The date the tender was awarded
  • The name of the successful contractor
  • Details of the works involved in the tender
  • The value of the contract (if disclosed)
  • The link from which the information was obtained

Get in the know and get ahead of your competitors with Awarded Contracts! If you're not yet with us, subscribe today or contact one of our friendly customer service team members to find out more.

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