TenderSpace launches suite of web-based tools

Published:  22 January, 2016

TenderSpace, a new suite of web-based tools for the property and construction industries, has launched as of January 2016.

The new online service markets itself as being an easy to use resource that can benefit clients, contractors and suppliers in a variety of ways. The TenderSpace ToolBox includes mostly free resources, including a profile builder intended to eliminate wasted time involved in completing industry standard PAS91 pre-qualification questionnaires.

The National Specialist Contractors Council found that some of its members reported completing over 100 pre-qualification questionnaires per year, each requesting essentially the same information.

As well as this, TenderSpace offers some features for a subscription fee such as a work finder service that claims to allow subscribers to pitch for jobs earlier than competitors, and to source quotes and products. Suppliers and manufacturers also benefit from a tool that allows them to promote their products to customers and find opportunities rather than waiting to be found.

TenderSpace was established by David and Emma Stapleton who also previously worked together running Sherborne Land, a private property development and investment company specialising in retail park, leisure and office development in the South and South West of England.

CEO Mr Stapleton said: “The similarities between developing this platform and undertaking a property development project are striking, both involve design, architecture and engineering. Where the similarities end is that TenderSpace will never be finished – the next lot of developments and enhancements is already underway.”

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