• e-RFI abbreviates electronic request for information.
  • If your client has no or limited knowledge about the technical, commercial and administrative aspects of the products and services that it considers to purchase, then it sends an e-RFI to you in order to gather information from the market.
  • e-RFI meesages are listed at your incoming message box. All you need to do is to reply the questions and add supporting documents if and when applicable.
  • Buyer can ask anything that it wants to learn about the product and services via e-RFI but usually the emphasize is on technical, administrative, commercial details, lead times and sourcing locations.
  • e-RFI format enables the buyer to classify its questions under headlines to make the evaluation process easier. *Buyer can send e-RFI to any supplier including the ones not registered in b2btender platform.
  • You may add documents, lead times and files including drawings, pictures that you believe more explanatory to identify the product and services better.
  • You need to repect to the deadline, if any, to answer the e-RFI.