BURLINGTON, Ont. — International Truck and Engine Corporation recently launched a new vocation-specific Web site to assist government customers in the spec’ing process.
The site, www.internationaldelivers.com/government, is designed to be educational for professionals who are new to the spec’ing process, but seasoned veterans can benefit from the site’s features as well, says Steve Keate, president of the truck group at International Truck and Engine Corporation.
“This site brings everything needed during the bid writing process to your fingertips, which is critical for those who do specs in this vocation,” says Keate. “In many cases we have heard from our customers that they don’t have enough specific information to write a bid correctly. We built this site to address that challenge.”
Keate says government customers in Canada face the pressure of balancing shrinking municipal budgets and have limited human resource officials to manage the truck spec process.
This site, he says, includes dealer checklists, spec by spec guides, sample bid specs, competitive comparisons as well as International products and services information.
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