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The Swaziland Industrial Development Company (SIDC) is committed to supporting its customers with quality services through:

1. Loans and equity

2. Asset leasing

3. Advisory services and

4. Leasing of industrial buildings

In order to continue to be effective in the industry, SIDC is looking at improving its business processes by implementing an integrated information management system to manage its service offerings i.e.

1. Credit Management,

2. Finance/Accounting as well as,

3. Property Management.

Applications are hereby invited from suitable and qualifying firms/companies to tender for the Supply, Customization, Implementation, Training and Support of an integrated Microfinance and Property Management Information System.

Full information, including the Tender Documents can be obtained from SIDC situated at corner Mdada & Lalufadlana Street, Dlanubeka House, 5th Floor, Mbabane on business days from 0800 hrs to 1600 hrs before the close of day on the 6th of January 2017 or requested by email from [email protected]

Tenderers are to submit a Technical and Financial Proposal. Completed tender proposals, signed and sealed marked “Request for Proposal to Supply and Customize a Microfinance & Property Management Information System” must be submitted (hand delivered) by 15:30hrs, on the 12th of January 2017 and addressed to: The Chief Executive Officer, Swaziland Industrial Development Company. P.O. Box 866,  Mbabane H100, Kingdom of Swaziland

Technical evaluations shall be done separately and independently of any financial consideration. Bidders should submit four (4) copies of the tender document.

SIDC reserves all rights, including rejecting any or all tenders and is not bound to accept any or the lowest offer. Late or faxed tenders will not be considered.

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