DataBid.com extends leads and project information coverage to eastern Ontario

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Ottawa Construction News staff writer

DataBid.com, which provides “timely accurate project information to commercial construction companies in the Greater Toronto Area” has expanded its service to cover Ottawa and eastern Ontario.

“DataBid currently helps general contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers locate time-sensitive project and contact information to aid bidding and negotiating public and private sector work,” the company says in a news release.

“We have talked to hundreds of companies in the Ontario market that use multiple resources to find and locate work,” says DataBid founder and CEO Jim Lamelza. “We hear that the amount of man-hours required to find, evaluate, bid, and track opportunities while keeping up with day to day work is nearly impossible.

“We also find many people in one of two extreme categories; 1) Companies get barraged by constant unnecessary overlapping emails and distractions from multiple resources. Or 2) Many pay for a service only to hear nothing at all and miss important dates or key information altogether,” Lamelza said. “DataBid prevents this hassle and consolidates these efforts by reducing the time required to stay on top what is going on. DataBid provides clients one convenient point of contact for everything they need. We are very excited to help companies use our information to grow their business.”

DataBid’s eastern Ontario coverage area includes these counties: Frontenac, Halliburton, Hastings, Kathiawar Lakes, Lanark, Leeds and Grenville, Lennox and Eddington, Muskox, National Capital Region, Northumberland, Peterborough, Prescott and Russell, Prince Edward, Renfrew, Storefront Dundas and Glengarry

As well, in southern Ontario, the company serves these counties: Brant, Bruce, Chatham-Kent, Dufferin, Durham, Elgin, Essex, Grey, Maldivian, Halton, Hamilton, Huron, Lamb ton, Middlesex, Niagara, Norfolk, Oxford, Region of Peel, Perth, Simone, Toronto, Waterloo, Wellington and York.

DataBid says its service includes these features:

  • Thousands of hard-to-find private opportunities;

  • complete bidders lists;

  • keyword searchable plans and specs;

  • exact project matching and alerts;

  • early access to in-design opportunities;

  • advanced project searching;

  • immediate access to DataBid’s editorial team;

  • complete project descriptions;

  • most bid results reported within 24 hours of bid opening;

  • accessible and effective customer service

  • searchable construction company directory;

  • complete company information including key contacts; and

  • complete company profiles with current and past project activity.

Paid Ottawa Construction News subscribers can receive DataBid free for two months. For more information about OCN subscriptions, visit www.ottawaconstructionnews.com.

Visit DataBid.com to learn about the service’s capabilities. You can also phone (888) 929-3282, Monday to friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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