Target your tenders
Get the full overview of the patient care procurement market in Sweden to help your tender bids succeed. With a diverse tender landscape, it’s smart to get a detailed picture of regional Swedish tenders and adapt your approach for each market.
Save time and work smarter with SPI’s Tender Tool designed for the Swedish pharma sector. Our simple application will help you understand the value of a certain market, follow contract times, see the regions’ compliance based on current agreements, and translate this information into winning bids.
UNDERSTAND REGIONAL DIFFERENCES
Sweden has 21 different regions, all with a wide variety of procurement communities, formats and layouts for tender requests. Get the inside track on regional Swedish tenders with detailed insights from SPI, allowing you differentiate and target your tender submissions.
HOW IT WORKS
THE DATA TO DIFFERENTIATE
Get the tools to make data-based decisions for real impact, wherever in Sweden you are targeting. SPI’s Tender Tool provides you with essential information such as start and end date for existing tenders and allows you to filter for substance across regions. Easily switch your view to visualize data across different geographical areas.
SPI’s Tender Tool is refreshed with all the latest data from the regions’ procurement units on a quarterly basis.
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