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  1. Getting Started with DecisionDirector

    To get started with DecisionDirector, you need only two things: a DecisionDirector account and an invitation or authorization to participate in or in some other way manage a DecisionDirector project. Obtaining a DecisionDirector account is eas...
  2. Accepting (or Declining) an Invitation to Bid

    Overview Our clients will use DecisionDirector to support their complex procurements, including the RFP/bid process. Our clients will typically publish the bids they create through DecisionDirector through their normal channel (bid site, bid pu...
  3. Accepting the Invitation to Contribute

    If you've been invited to participate as a contributor in a DecisionDirector activity, whether to provide input on requirements or feedback on business process document, for example, your invitation will arrive by email, and it will look similar...
  4. Creating a DecisionDirector Account by Signing Up

    There are two ways to obtain a DecisionDirector account. One way is to receive an invitation via email to participate in a DecisionDirector activity such as requirements gathering or document feedback (or to receive a similar invitation to...
  5.  Logging Into DecisionDirector

    Logging into DecisionDirector is easy. Point your browser to " https://advantiv.decisiondirector.com ", enter your email address and password, then click the Login button. You'll be presented with your personal Decision...
  6. Benefits Provided by DecisionDirector

    DecisionDirector was created to increase the value of complex planning, procurement, and business process redesign projects while reducing the overall cost to the enterprise . Complexity in a procurement project may reflect, for example: ...
  7. What is a "Complex Procurement"?

    Q: What do we mean when we use the term "Complex Procurement" ? A: We use the term "Complex Procurement" when the procurement is itself a complex project that involves many people, several phases, numer...
  8. Creating the Proposal Team (Adding Participants)

    Engagement Managers Create Proposal Teams Engagements Managers create proposal teams by issuing Invitations to Participate to the individual(s) who will be working on the bid response. NOTE: if you are an Engagement Manager (accepts Invitations...
  9.  Submitting a Bid Response

    This video shows how to submit a DecisionDirector bid response. ...
  10. Joining the Proposal Team (or Becoming a Bid Respondent) - The Invitation to Participate

    In order to provide responses to an RFP, you must first be invited  to be a Bid Respondent, and then you must accept  that invitation. This invitation will come someone, perhaps your proposal coordinator, whose DecisionDirector accou...