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Part 2 In part one of this two-part series, I discussed the three different types of Auction available with Market Dojo; Ranked, Open and Japanese. You can familiarise yourself ...more
Part 1 My last blog included some useful tips on how to get started with running reverse auctions within your organisation. As Customer Success Manager, I wanted to write this t...more
This article was inspired by our previous article "Are eAuctions Benefits also their Achilles Heel?" but focuses on why the outcome of an auction can/can't be detrimental to a supp...more
Peter Schmidt offered to write a guest blog for Market Dojo on his past experience with eAuctions. Peter has a long track record in, sales, consultancy and procurement. He special...more
EDITORS NOTE: eWorld have kindly invited us to host a seminar on eAuction strategies at the conference in London on 22nd September. Check out our video for a sneaky preview... W...more
Earlier we posted an article on a brand new way of using the online reverse auction - to negotiate scholarship tuition fees! To some, this may seem to be a dubious approac...more
This Saturday (21st March 2015) is a very important day in the world of rugby. Not only are the final three games of the 6 Nations impending, the ball is literally in anyone's ...more
'Creating a Request for Ideas’ Sourcing over the last 20 years has seen the evolution into the electronic age. Paper-based quotation processes have been replicated. Auctio...more
With Quick Quotes, it's difficult to find reasons not to use it. My team think its great. We were worried everyone would say you send too much stuff but everyone's feedback has been “we love it”.
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The company and people are intuitive, young and enthusiastic in nature. Specsavers will be looking to use Market Dojo as a ‘business as usual’ tool and regard it as an integral part of their negotiation toolkit.