Tradax have developed a sophisticated data-mining tool that can provide you with comprehensive factual data, based on all public sector procurement activity (as managed through the Official Journal of the European Union).
Our technology portal will give you access to all the data, including graphs and export capability to Excel™ and Access™ for the goods and services you sell and also, your organisation’s position in that market.
The data can be used to:
- Understand who your competitors are - names, details, wins and prices!
- Identify all the public sector organisations that buy your goods and services and their contact details
- Make contact with known "Buyers" to see when existing or new contracts are due for tender
- Identify who have been the successful winners of previous contracts and make contact with them to explore partnership working
This cost-effective capability can be accessed by simply logging on to our portal and identifying the correct "CPV" codes for your goods and services and entering these into our data mining tool. The information you will get back, will give you the following key pieces of information in a graphical and printable format along with all the data in an Excel™ file and advice on using the information.
- Number of contracts awarded over the last five years by CPV code and description
- Values (where known) of contracts awarded by year, description and location
- Suppliers that have been successful in securing the contracts together with value (where known) of contract by supplier
- Top ten "Buyers" together with number of contracts awarded
- Contact details for "Buyers" and "Suppliers"
If you like what you see in the demo and would like to purchase access to your own bespoke market analysis dashboard click “Buy Now” at the bottom of the page.
Our market analysis service can be provided specifically for the UK, or for an additional fee, any target country/countries across the EU.
CPVAll public sector procurement above the value of £156k must be advertised via the Official Journal for the European Union (OJEU). For every tender an OJEU notice is issued detailing the buyers' requirements. As part of the notice all goods/services are allocated a CPV code (Common Procurement Vocabulary) - developed specially by the European Union for public sector procurement. CPV codes provide a common language for the categorisation of goods and services for buyers and suppliers.