We consistently work according to the NETSit Sourcing Method (NSM) - a tendering process developed by us for the field of communications infrastructure. NSM was created based on the many years of experience of NETSit employees - working on both sides of the negotiating table.
The aim of a call for tenders, according to NSM, is to use a formal process to select the provider that offers the best solution for the customer’s communication problem from a (sometimes large) set of possible providers.
Concerning sourcing projects we care in particular about:
Preliminary negotiations (preparation, implementation, moderation, documentation)
Tendering methods for RFI, RFQ and RFP (according to NSM)
IST analysis (documentation of systems, structures and processes)
Specifications about work load and responsibility
Procurement strategies based on ‘best practice’-approaches
During the sourcing process, our top priority is the constant adjustment of the provider's performance to the wishes of the customer.
Competence on point.