Tejari roadshow hits the Middle East

Tejari.com hits the Middle East trail with its Online Procurement Roadshow educating the region about decreased buying costs, and increased efficiencies.

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By  Paul Barthram Published  October 1, 2003

Tejari.com the Middle East online marketplace, is hitting the Middle East trail this October demonstrating how regional governments can succeed with online procurement as part of a regional e-Government roadshow. Tejari draws upon its knowledge of firsthand experience of government departments in reducing procurement costs by migrating buying processes online via the marketplace.

Tejari's aims at the roadshow are to highlight how governments in the region can shorten buying cycles, increase their number of suppliers, and alleviate paper-based administrative headaches by adopting Internet-based procurement practices. The presentation will also include a number of case studies in which government departments utilising the Tejari marketplace have seen significant cost savings.

"One of the major issues in any e-Government initiative is how the public sector can improve its partnerships with private businesses, and Tejari has clearly demonstrated its value in achieving that goal. We believe that delegates at the e-Government roadshow can derive significant value from the lessons that Tejari has learned in the last three years of operating in the online procurement space," noted Neil Le Quesne, director-international business, Tejari.

"Reducing the administrative costs associated with procurement, increasing transparency, and shortening buying time, are challenges faced by all government departments, and the e-Government roadshow enables Tejari to showcase how we are uniquely positioned to help organisations meet those objectives," added Le Quesne.

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