Solar choice Commercial Tender Management Platform screenshot

Take a tour of the Solar Choice Commercial Tender Management Platform

by James Martin II on 28 August, 2012

in Commercial solar power,Solar Farms

In order to streamline handling of the growing number of commercial enquiries, Solar Choice Commercial has developed a unique, interactive, web-based Tender Management Platform for its large-scale and commercial solar power clients. The Tender Management Platform will act as a repository for all information and documents associated with a particular project, and will be accessible via separate logins for Solar Choice, selected installers, and the clients themselves. Anyone interested in seeing how it works can access a sample client profile via the log-in details below.

Log in and explore the Tender Management Platform

You can log in to our Tender Management Platform on a sample profile with the following details:

Go to:


Password: test

Solar Choice Commercial Tender Management Platform Overview

Not familiar with what Solar Choice Commercial does? Read about Solar Choice Commercial’s Tender Management Procedure.

The Tender Management Platform will display the following information for clients. Note that those who access the Platform with an installer log-in will have access to general project information but will not be able to view details about other installers involved in the project.

Project overview

-Tender Timeframe

-Indicative Business Case

-Indicative Design and Visuals

-Non-disclosure Agreement

-Installer Information

-Interactive Questions and Answers function

-Contact History between Client and Installers

-Debrief (once the project has been completed and an installer chosen)

Tender Management Platform ‘Welcome page’ screenshot (Click to enlarge).

Solar Choice Commercial Tender Management Platform Timeframe

Tender Management Platform Timeframe page screenshot (Click to enlarge).

© 2012 Solar Choice Pty Ltd

James Martin II

James Martin II

Communications Manager at Solar Choice
James has been Solar Choice's primary writer & researcher since 2010. He lives in Newcastle in a house with a weird solar system.
James Martin II

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