The prospective seller can see the desired specification in the details-window of the RFQ item. There the seller can bid the price of the entire contract (for example for a one-year contract: MRCx12+NRC=quote). Additional information can be added to the comment field or added as a separate file (Click ‘Upload file’).
Registration is your first step in publishing with TelcoPlace.
After registration you are able to publish your requests for quotations. Placing an RFQ will be free of charge.
How do you know that your existing vendors will provide you with the best solution against the best price? You don’t! Maybe it is your competitor that gets the best solution against the best price only because he/she has access to the right vendor.
You as a purchaser need access to all relevant vendors.
That’s the reason all those telecom events are so popular. There you hope to find the right account manager for your demands. But is this model sustainable? Travel budgets are getting smaller and smaller. Our schedule is tighter and tighter. The number of players on the market is increasing. New entrants and new technologies bring new and cheaper solutions.
TelcoPlace created the option to publish requests for quotation for free. The selling vendor pays a small fee. The RfQ’s are public, you as purchasing company are anonymous until you decide to accept a quote and start finalizing the SLA and contract with the quotee.
Be aware that input in TelcoPlace should be entered in numbers only for quotes and prices in all currencies. (so use 1001 instead of 1.000,99).
When you react on a request for quotation, you will get an analysis of all quotes at the end of the RfQ. Below you see an example of our feedback. This will provide you price comparison to other participants.
All info is anonymous, no real names are reviled!