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Request for Quotation – Tender for Digital Services
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PIMSS Data Systems (PIMSS) supplies Asset Management software solutions to the social housing sector specifically aimed at Housing Associations and social landlords.
Sound business planning and developing new and creative approaches to managing stock and assets is a core part of providing decent affordable homes.
Housing Associations, often with many thousands of properties to look after, need to manage and maintain their housing stock and ensure this is done in the most productive and efficient way.
Ensuring housing stock is kept in good condition, managing large and multiple contracts for suppliers and companies to support this and managing repairs and maintenance as well as best practice procurement are all part of this.
PIMSS’ products enable Housing Associations and social landlords to do this. PIMSS was one of the first providers of Asset Management software to the sector, the first to offer a web based asset management product and the first to offer cloud based asset management software primarily for smaller organisations. They’ve been leading the market with innovation and continuous product development since their launch over 20 years ago.
PIMSS invites tenders for the supply of a Client Portal. Accessed via a login button located on the PIMSS website – http://www.pimss.com
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Start: February 2018 End: April 2018 Indicative Budget Up to £10,000.00
Evaluation Criteria – see full RFQ document for information
Scoring Methodology – see full RFQ document for information
Proposals should clearly demonstrate how they meet the requirement set out above.
Deadline and Submission
Proposals are required by 19 January 2018 either electronically to email@example.com or by post/in person to Debbie Blackley, PIMSS Data Systems, Gateway House, Old Hall Road, Bromborough, CH62 3NX. Date Published 21st December 2017
This work is part funded though the European Regional Development Fund.