Bonfire eSubmission is a bid and RFx submission portal that delivers transparency and time-savings for you and your vendors.
Engage more vendors, more easily
- Easy-to-use online submission portal
- One central place for all bid information and vendor communication
- Flexible, customizable project criteria to ensure you collect the data and documents you need
- Frictionless digital submission for complete, on-time, and compliant bids every time
Flexible project setup
Bonfire makes it easy to collect the right vendor information in the right format, removing the administrative overhead before and after your event closes. Create projects from scratch or use existing templates, and leverage custom criteria and unlimited file types to ensure you get exactly what you need — nothing more, nothing less.
Competitive projects start with strong vendor participation. Bonfire allows you to reach more vendors using vendor matching by commodity code or location. For vendors, it’s easy to find bid information, ask questions, view addenda or clarifications, and submit — all in one place. In fact, the average submission takes only eight minutes.
A platform that scales with your team
Bringing your submission process online is the first step on the path to the digitization of your procurement. Bonfire eSubmission gives you the tools you need to power better vendor submissions today, while setting you on the technology path to future-proof your sourcing tomorrow.
Easy to implement and use
Bonfire clients are up-and-running within weeks, with no IT resources required. All buyers can access unlimited training and industry-leading customer support to ensure maximum value from the platform.
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