Public e-procurement implemented intelligently delivers far more transparent procedures, less bureaucracy, cost reduction, a high level of professionalism, greater value in public procurement processes and easier access to public tenders for all suppliers.

With these goals and a clear strategy, the European Union adopted new public procurement directives at the end of February 2014, which came into force on 17 April, 2014. All member states have twenty-four months to implement the legislation to their local laws. So it’s seems it’s time to look at the paths that an eTendering platform must cover. Find here and infographic that tries to explain it in a simple way.