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E-tender application and its implication to Malaysian construction industry

By Saiful Hadi Mastor and Anim Zalina Azizan


The advent of globalization, increased local and international competition and the need to improve the profitability of Construction Company has resulted internet technology becoming a major focus in the construction industry. The used of internet technology in construction industry is being said to have many advantages including speed, real-time data input and availability, centrally located applications, database and documents; definable user accessibility and increased uptime. Among crucial business application is using the internet technology as a method of tendering for business-to-business, which is also known as Electronic Tendering (e-Tender). It is a relatively simple technical solution based around secure e-mail and electronic document management. It involve uploading tender document on to a secure a website with secure login, authentication and viewing rules. E-tendering offers an opportunity for automating most of the tendering process: from help with preparing the tender specification; advertising; tender aggregation; to the evaluation and placing of the contract. Throughout this paper, the practice of e-Tender system in Malaysia, the challenges and the impact of adopting e-Tender will be discussed. As this is a conceptual paper, the findings could contribute much in expanding construction industries’ motivation to embark on e-Tender endeavor

Topics: HD2321-4731 Industry
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