Lagos, Nigeria, March 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Finding the right suppliers in Nigeria can be a painful experience, pricing is vague and supplier selection may not be as transparent as required by international standards. E-sourcing for private sector has always remained quite perturbing and public sector focused.
In a bid to put an end to the problem with e-sourcing in Nigeria, Darrell Hill Consulting, a leading business management consulting firm in Nigeria has launched SourceFQ - as a web based marketplace for businesses and individuals to request for quotes and establish relationships with suppliers of products and services who submit competitive bids. SourceFQ was built and is managed by an experienced high performance team of procurement and finance directors who gained operational experience in Nigeria, UK and USA. The team brings together over 30 years of buying and supply experience and customer service aimed at adding value to end users.
With a vision to be the largest quote sourcing and comparison portal in Nigeria specifically built for private sector corporate and individual buyers, SourceFQ offers comprehensive supplier profile and background information, plus real-time interaction with buyers and suppliers which invariably helps the buyer make a better informed decision whilst helping the supplier create new relationships that might have otherwise not been possible.
Ms Omotayo Ademola, the business development manager at sourceFQ said during the formal launch of SourceFQ that the portal has an unrivalled database of private sector contract opportunities and market intelligence and is currently the best source for supplier quotations in Nigeria.
Offering repeated engrossment with the experience, SourceFQ continues to fetch success for thousands who seek to promote his or her own company and respond to opportunities.
Within the SourceFQ portal, buyers and sellers have access to an array of support tools such as how it works videos, livechat with an esourcing expert in Nigeria and multiple sections of frequently asked questions; all which help to ensure customer satisfaction. In a nutshell, buyers can post a buying request and suppliers can respond with quotes and bids; all done online.