This category is aimed at novices in the digitalisation of either private or public sector procurement, who have only been doing it since 2017. The award will be given to the organisation or individual that demonstrates the most successful implementation and use of eAuctions and eInquiries, digitalisation of processes or use of eProcurement solutions, leading to decreased prices, transaction times and costs. The benchmark of success might be the contribution of the solution to savings, or the number of eAuctions and eInquiries carried out, or the total value of tenders, or even the number of administrators involved. An innovative approach to the implementation of the aforementioned solutions may be a factor as well.
This category is aimed at the most successful users and propagators of eAuctions, eInquiries and other electronic procurement solutions. The award will be given to an organisation or individual that uses the advantages of eAuction systems and other digital procurement tools in a way that opens up new opportunities to their users. Besides an innovative approach, other factors that will be taken into account include managerial decisions supporting the growth of the digitalisation of procurement and procurement processes, long-term success in using digital procurement solutions, total value of eTenders, number of competitions, support and promotion of transparency, and the use of eProcurement solutions leading to an improvement in supplier relationships.
This category is aimed at outstanding personalities in the field of digitalisation of procurement in both the public and corporate sectors. The award will be given to a person or company for outstanding decisions or activity that support the further digitalisation of corporate or public procurement processes, or for authoring material useful in procurement and procurement processes, or long-term and systematic work that has had a positive influence on the use of eAuctions and other digital tools in the procurement practices of companies and institutions.