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Over five years, the annual volume of purchases on the supplier portal doubled. In 2023, the amount of contracts reached 100 billion rubles. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

“The supplier portal is popular both among government customers and representatives of the business community. It helps the former to purchase quality products at comfortable prices, and the latter helps them find partners and expand their sales geography. The demand for the platform is confirmed by statistics: over the year, more than 625 thousand purchases worth 100 billion rubles were made on the portal. Over the past five years, their annual volume has doubled,” said Vladimir Efimov.

325 thousand suppliers have registered on the portal, including more than 30 thousand in 2023. These are commercial organizations, individual entrepreneurs, self-employed and individuals without registration of individual entrepreneurs and self-employment. Today the platform meets the operational needs of more than 56 thousand state and municipal customers from 40 regions of Russia.

“The volume of purchases from capital customers remains at a consistently high level: at the end of last year, they purchased goods, works and services worth 45 billion rubles on the supplier portal. Most often, Moscow purchased construction, household, information technology and medical goods, household and office equipment, communications and electronics, software, and educational services. The amount of contracts in these categories exceeded 14 billion rubles,” said the head of the capital’s Department of Competition Policy

Kirill Purtov.

Among other regions, the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and the Perm Territory are leaders in terms of procurement volume: they have concluded contracts for five and 4.4 billion rubles, respectively. The Novgorod region and the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra are actively working; the amount of their contracts last year amounted to 1.7 billion rubles.

Customers have signed more than a thousand contracts with individuals on the supplier portal

As noted inMoscow Department of Information Technologies, the resource regularly optimizes existing services and introduces new tools. Thus, in 2023, for the convenience of working with the catalog, a comparison function for technically complex products was added, with which users can study all or different characteristics of products on one page. The service allows customers to choose the most suitable one from a variety of offers, and suppliers can not only study the platform’s assortment, but also analyze in more detail the products in demand.

The supplier portal was created in 2013 to automate small-volume purchases. Currently, the catalog of products offered includes 2.6 million unique items. About 1.5 thousand contracts are concluded on the resource every day.

To support users, representative offices are opened in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, where specialists teach how to work on site, answer questions from customers and suppliers, hold face-to-face meetings, and collect proposals for improving functionality and solving technical problems. In addition, users can contact the support service using a single federal number: 7 800 303-12-34 (free for calls from other cities) or leave a request on the supplier portal.

The development of electronic services for business meets the objectives national project “Digital Economy”.

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