DESTINI Bid Day, a web-based bid leveling software, is officially released. Bid Day is the first bid leveling software to remove risk from the subcontractor selection process by creating visual checks and balances for the general contractor.
DESTINI Bid Day allows for in-depth subcontractor bid analysis and integrates with DESTINI Estimator, a powerful estimating platform. Additionally, the application has embedded training modules to help users become familiar with the platform and implemented quickly.
Highlighted features of DESTINI Bid Day include:
- Easily see the story behind bids
- Assess where risk is in bids
- Access historical bid info
- Capture bid numbers alongside an estimate
- Level bids as a team
- Define where the numbers come from simply and fast
- Recommend project decisions based on bid data
Watch the Overview Video of DESTINI Bid Day
What Beck Technology Says About DESTINI Bid Day
“DESTINI Bid Day solves a lot of the frustrations that construction firms face when trying to level bids and provides clarity into the process that will improve their bid day methods,” said Jon Chumbley, Head of Development at Beck Technology. “The flexibility of inputting bids and the granularity of the data lets the preconstruction professional determine how they want to compare bids and easily pinpoint where there are gaps. DESTINI Bid Day is designed to remove as much risk as possible from the sub-contractor selection process.”
Michael Boren, Chief Technology Officer at Beck Technology says, “Beck Technology’s focus has always been on the preconstruction data lifecycle and the release of our Bid Day product marks a huge step in our ability to support preconstruction teams during the sub selection phase of a project. DESTINI Bid Day finally solves the construction industry problem of accurately leveling bids regardless of what type of project is being pursued. It provides the platform for preconstruction teams to have greater clarity in their subcontractor bid selection process with less risk using real data. This marks another step forward as we continue to pave the way for construction companies to make better, more informed decisions during preconstruction.”