Bath College Get Great Results Using Our Quote Tool.
Bath College has over 2,300 full time students and over 6,000-part time students. The College also has over 600 members of staff. It was formed in April 2015 by the merger of City of Bath College and Norton Radstock College. The College offers Higher Education courses and has its own Undergraduate centre.
The College had a requirement for new desktop hardware equipment and chose the CPC Desktop Hardware framework as an easy route to market.
The College raised a quote using our Quote Tool. This convenient little tool sends the quote to all the suppliers who are on the framework. The suppliers then respond via email and the College is able to import the results to a spreadsheet which gives them an instant visibility of scoring.
The Quote Tool also keeps a record of all the quotes the user makes. For any quotes where the framework is still live you can:
The College were extremely pleased with the results they received by using the Quote Tool. When asked if the college would use the framework and quote tool again in the future, ICT Services Administrator, Mark Besley said:
“The website is easy to navigate and the quote tool is very easy to use. We can award with confidence to the best value suppliers, knowing that the service provided will be of a high quality.”
The main benefit to the College was the operational efficiency savings made. CPC did all the work, providing the framework for the tender, setting up the terms and conditions and providing the easy to use quote tool cutting down a great deal of the work that the College would have had to undertake.
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The School used the CPC Quote Tool to request quotes from suppliers on the Sports, Fitness & Gym Equipment framework and is delighted with the results
The College were delighted with the results and would use CPC again for future procurement exercises.
Date published: 11th Jul 2016