fixed bid

fixed bid

A firm price for completing a job.

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Tenders are invited for to provide Fixed Bid IT Application Development and Integration services as part of eBusiness Program Implementation.
According to a Bloomberg report, the Monet attracted four telephone bidders, in addition to a fixed bid from a third-party guarantor.
In keeping with Blu's commitment to transparent pricing, BluServ Plus customers will receive a fixed bid for their entire project at the time of contract signing.
Large Fixed Bid ERP Contracts (SAP, Oracle): Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence, Quality Consulting, Application Development and Outsourcing Fixed Bid Contracts.
Anselmo has successfully built a unique outsource consulting model that enables customers to leverage the budgeting predictability and efficiency of a fixed bid or blended (fixed and T&M) basis.
They reckon that he or she may be willing to accept a fixed bid BEFORE the manuscript goes to auction.
1) With industry packaged solutions from SAP and its partners, midsize enterprises can deploy the IT functions they require, with a defined scope, fixed bid and fixed timeline.
Payment of the total fixed bid price shall constitute full payment for performance of the work and covers all costs of whatever nature incurred by the Contractor in accomplishing the work in accordance with the provisions of the contract.
Enterprise-wide license agreements for organizations requiring thousands of seats -- Fixed bid service contracts
Before the launch of this new BrightRoll offering, access to true mobile video inventory was limited to fixed bid buying industry-wide, preventing media buyers from making decisions about mobile video impressions in real time.
Logic Solutions provides all the advantages of a local presence: fixed bid contracts, good communication, and professional management from their Ann Arbor offices -- all at an attractive price.