There are still not many B2B marketplace solutions on the market, that’s why we have gathered here answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Is the offer submitted by the Integrator binding?
The bidding process is conducted based on the Civil Code, similarly to the traditional form of submitting and accepting offers. The offer submitted through the platform can be called a budgetary offer, as it encompasses the implementation of a concept that describes only the key parameters. The process of concluding a contract for the supply of a workstation involves, as in the traditional form of transactions, additional negotiations. The final offer is approved by the parties before signing the contract. The procedure replicated on the platform does not differ in any way from the analogous bidding process carried out in “typical transactions.”
Are Technological Challenges visible to platform users before they are published?
Will it still be possible to make changes to the offer after it has been submitted?
Does anyone see the budget assumptions the Investor adopts while preparing their offer?
Does the Investor incur any fees for working on the platform?
No. According to the platform’s terms of work, the Investor carries out their actions free of charge, in full scope.
Solutions submitted by Integrators in response to public challenges are visible to all registered users of the platform.
After the Integrator submits and publishes the solution, it is presented exclusively to the Investor for whom it was prepared. If the Integrator agrees to allow the solution to be displayed to other platform users, it will be shown in the database of completed investments shortly after its completion. However, if the Investor does not grant such permission, by default, the specific solution will not be presented anywhere.
How long are the offers submitted for the presented solutions valid?
The Integrator, when submitting an offer to execute a workstation, defines the validity period of the offer.