Technical brief printing

349,00429,00 HT

At Odécia, we offer several versions of our technical briefs. Depending on the version that you select, the topics covered are more or less exhaustive.

Start by choosing the formula that suits you the best and download your technical brief for printing:

  • Description
  • Caractéristique

Can you modify the information in your technical brief printing?

The document has been written in Microsoft office Word (.doc). It is sent to you in this format when you download it.

Thus, you can be sure that you can modify 100% of the information in the technical brief for printing.

What are the differences between the Premium and the Gold version of the technical brief for printing?

Depending on the formula selected, the topics addressed will be relevant and approached in detail.

The degree of detail to which the topics are approached can be seen in the description of our product. For example, the Gold version of our technical brief for printing is the only one to address certain very specific subjects such as:

  • The summary of the responses to the evaluation criteria,

  • The presentation of a reference,

  • Presentation of autorisations and certificates such as Imprim'vert, PEFC, FSC,

  • Understanding of the needs of the public/private procurer,

  • The organization of human resources and the single point of contact,

  • The methodology to issue the ready to print order,

  • The production and supervising methods,

  • Packaging and delivery,

  • After sales services,

  • IT data security,

  • CSR: Corporate social responsibilities

  • CSR: Economics of corporate social responsibilities,

  • Mesures against COVID 19.

For more information regarding the differences between the Gold version and the Premium version, do not hesitate to contact us.

Which public market contracts can you respond to with your technical brief for printing ?

This technical brief is intended for printing companies that need to respond to calls for tenders. Thanks to our technical brief for printing, you will be able to respond to all the calls for tenders on printing and assembling services (printing of magazines, newsletters, offset printing, printing of various communication media, other kinds of printing works..).

Who wrote the technical brief for printing?

Three people were involved in the creation of our model. A former public procurer wrote the generality of the technical brief. A printing specialist then completed the document by adding more technical aspects to it. Finally, the document was formatted by our graphic designer.

Our daily job consists in responding to the public market on behalf of companies. We have had more than 1000 positive responses! This is why we are convinced that our technical brief for printing will help you win your call for tenders.

What is our advice to respond to a public market contract on printing?

Public market contracts on printing are often similar in terms of the buyer’s evaluation criteria:

  • Price,

  • Samples,

  • Technical brief (human resources assigned to the printing services, technical resources used, organization and methodology implemented, deadlines, CSR policy etc

First of all, ask yourself all the organizational questions: do you have time to respond to the public market? Are the evaluation criteria adapted to your business? Are the prices too high? Are your samples ready?

Concerning this last point, we advise you to prepare for it in advance. Since the mail takes some time, plan this point ahead as much as possible so as not to be eliminated because your offer did not arrive on time .

In addition, analyze the part or parts of the financial documents that interest you (BPU, QDE, DPGF etc). Are your prices consistent with the prices being asked? Do you notice any inconsistencies? If that is the case, consider asking questions! Give prices that are consistent with the needs of the public procurer

Finally, start writing your technical brief. Take our model and personalize it according to the specifics of your printing business and the buyer’s evaluation criteria. They can be found in the consultation rules (RC).

Don’t skimp on this point, always answer precisely to the public procurer’s criteria. That’s what you will be evaluated on.

Do not forget also to make sure to have an electronic signature certification in case it is requested by the public procurer (see consultation rules).