Beyond the Basics with Bonfire
Summer Webinar Series
Are you getting the most out of Bonfire today?
This summer we are going beyond the basics with a four-part webinar series to help you reach the next level in procurement excellence. To kick off this learning series, we’re excited to introduce you to two new features that will add efficiency to your workflow. Then, in the webinars that follow, we will demonstrate best practices of Bonfire’s advanced features to ensure you are maximizing your use of the tool.
Click the links below to learn more and watch the webinar recordings.
Summer Feature Launches
Join Omar Salaymeh and Vy-Vy Nguyen as they demonstrate new and highly-requested workflow features to improve the way Bonfire users communicate critical information to vendors and stakeholders. We will also introduce you to Proposal Analysis, an exciting innovation that will significantly improve the way your stakeholders interact with scoring data. Learn more.
Beyond the Basics: Multi-Category Decisions
In this episode, we’ll use real examples to demonstrate how you can balance a number of diverse requirements in one centralized, easy-to-manage project with Multi-Category Decisions. For teams that run vendor qualification projects, compare multiple methods to solve a need in one project, or coordinate multi-item purchases across multiple locations, this webinar is not to be missed. Learn more.
Beyond the Basics: Bid Tables
In this episode, you will get an in-depth tour of our powerful Bid Tables feature, which makes it easy to quickly solicit and evaluate projects with multiple bid items. Bid Tables are ideal for comparing, contrasting, and performing what-if analyses for projects such as construction bids, IT equipment and service proposals, and labor costs. Learn more.
Beyond the Basics: Questionnaires
In this episode, learn how to go beyond the basic Q&A format to get more out of Questionnaires. See why it is an indispensable tool for collecting IT questionnaires and compliance declarations, comparing technical specifications, and even gathering references and relevant experience. Learn more.