Tracker never stands still.
That’s because we continually invest in product development so that your Tracker service continues to be the most innovative market intelligence source available in the market.
Here’s an overview of just some of the key service enhancements we’re launching and a preview of the exciting new developments you can expect soon.
You asked – and we listened: which is why our next release schedule includes enhanced Spend Analysis. This is alongside improved design and layout of information and a new folder structure for Bid Manager.
We innovate: we were the first to market with Spend Analysis – offering unique insight into all UK public sector spend. We’re now taking it to the next level.
Spend Analysis is introducing a modern new look and intuitive format, making it more user-friendly and easier to understand and refine the results.
We have added new industry sectors and more functionality, making it easier than ever to find the market and competitor insights you are looking for. You’ll also be able to see Spend Analysis data straight from the Opportunities screen giving you quicker visibility of important information related to the buyers you are interested in!
Faster, more user-friendly and more relevant than ever before, the enhanced performance of the world-class Spend Analysis will leave its competitors trailing in the dust.
Bid Manager is now easier to use than ever with a new folder structure that allows you to organise and fine-tune your tender documents meaning less wasted time – and more time spent winning!
To help you make the most of your new and existing features, we have updated our resources and user guides making it easier than ever to get the data you need to help you win even more contracts.
If you’re a Tracker customer, these enhancements will be added to your subscription soon. Simply log in to start benefiting and experience them for yourself.
If you don’t have a Tracker subscription, why not see the results for yourself with a free trial of the Tracker Premier package.
Aug 04, 2016.