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Invitation to Prequalify [Buyer]
Invitation to Prequalify [Buyer]
Updated over a week ago

As a buyer company, it is possible to invite suppliers to prequalify to become a part of your supply-chain. This has many uses which include, but aren't limited to:

  • Ensuring suitable insurances are in place in order to use the company as a supplier

  • Review previous work it order to show alignment with projects that you have

  • Compliance with local or federal legislation, covering health and safety, sustainability and diversity

In order to invite a company to prequalify:

  1. Click on 'Directory Search' in the top navigation menu

  2. Locate the company that to be removed via searching, filtering, or just scrolling through the list - more information on using the company directory can be found here

  3. Click 'Invite' on the right-hand side of the listing.

[Image of listing with invite option]

This will send an email to the Primary Contact of that company informing them that you have invited them to prequalify. Within the email, the supplier can click 'Prequalification' that will take them into the Asite Marketplace with the option to accept or reject the invitation.

[Image of invitation email]

Within the Trading Partners page, that company will now appear with a dark-blue ribbon saying 'Invited'.

If accepted, the ribbon within the Trading Partners page will change to 'In Progress'. The supplier will be taken directly into the prequalification questionnaire. They can complete the questionnaire at this time, save it as a draft and return to it later or cancel and access it again later by:

  1. Clicking 'Trading Partners' from the top navigation

  2. Finding your company via search, filtering or just scrolling through their list of Trading Partners

  3. Clicking on the 'In Progress' ribbon

[Image of Trading Partner's page with 'In Progress' ribbon]

If rejected, the company will be removed from your Trading Partner list and any connection between the two companies will be lost.

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