Bonfire for IT
Bonfire Strategic Sourcing Platform helps procurement and IT teams reach their shared goal of delivering productivity and innovation to their organization — without placing an extra burden on IT resources.
Cloud-based and fully supported
The Bonfire software enables cross-functional collaboration, process efficiency, and a competitive edge for your organization. Meanwhile, the Bonfire team provides best-in-class implementation, training, and ongoing support, so there’s no extra strain on your IT resources. The system is backed by robust bank-grade security, disaster recovery plans, automatic compliance, and accessibility features. And because Bonfire is cloud-based, there is no need for on-site maintenance or installation.
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Predefined user roles make it easy to assign roles for the different types of stakeholders involved in sourcing projects, so users can log in and securely access only the information they need to see.
Implementation and Client Support
Bonfire client support handles vendor, buyer, and evaluator questions so your team can remain focused on business goals, without additional workload.
IT Security and Uptime
Bonfire’s software is proprietary, and user databases are strictly confidential. The platform maintains a 99.5% uptime and is securely hosted with leading compliance standards, including a built-in recovery plan.
Bonfire is equipped with built-in controls to enforce compliance standards. Every step of the sourcing process is documented in an exportable audit report.
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