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Frequently asked questions
How do I sign up?
It’s super easy. Firstly sign up for a free account to the social network, then upgrade to a paid membership if you want tender matching. Find out more here.
How many users does my membership allow?
Your paid membership includes as many users as you’d like. You can also create as many tender searches as you like (we call these “Tender Scouting Reports”. Some businesses like to have designated Scouting Reports for each user). We only require that your users are Residents in our Social Network (The Pub).
What do you mean "the more you use it the smarter it gets?"
AndyBot is our artificial intelligence-driven tool. Think of him as your team’s Scout, finding you tenders with the characteristics that best fit your team’s needs. You provide us with your initial tender search (scouting requirements) and we’ll deliver a list of tenders that meet your criteria (a Scouting Report). From that point forward, you “train your tenders” by identifying the ones that match your objectives and pass on the ones that don’t. AndyBot revises each subsequent tender search based on your feedback.
Don’t waste time and resources plowing through hundreds of tender alerts. Use our tender matching service, and let AndyBot find you the right tender.
Can I really cancel anytime?
Of course. We know what life is like running a business. You can leave and come back as often as you like. Just remember the more you train your tenders the more accurate they become.
How we compare
We are confident we offer more functionality with fewer limitations at a fairer price than the tender alert services currently out there. Plus access to our Collaborative Online Network – dedicated solely to making connections in the public sector.
Convince your boss
Do you have a manager who might need a bit more persuasion to join The TenderHood Community? Check out our email template to give them a little nudge in the right direction.