Tail-Spend Sourcing

Tackling low value, low risk Tail-Spend, and delivering cash releasing savings.


Catalogue Sourcing

Catalogue management, ensuring product information and pricing is always up to date.


Market Testing

Rapidly test whole category areas, gaining knowledge of market pricing and availability.



Detailed reporting of organisations activity, savings and the market.


MultiQuote: the pricing and sourcing service



Real time online marketplace:
  • Communication of prices, availability and information in real time
  • Competition across all areas of expenditure
  • Market testing millions of products lines
  • Identifies new suppliers


Demonstrable track record of delivering cash savings:
  • 12.5% average savings
  • Save on Tail-Spend
  • Save on Catalogues
  • Identify savings opportunities via market testing


Fully managed service:
  • Expedited and managed competitions
  • Responsive supplier marketplace
  • Guaranteed responses
  • Simple and intuitive interface


  • Guy's & St Thomas' has selected MultiQuote to provide a systematic method to ensure below tender spend is subject to competition and so increase the opportunity for savings. The system also supports our drive to use more local suppliers by Increasing the visibility of opportunities and providing an easy access point for suppliers to provide quotations.

    David Lawson (Director of Procurement)
    Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
  • We are using the MultiQuote service to release savings to the Trust. We have found MultiQuote to be particularly useful in sourcing products/services that we previously used a lot of time and effort to track down

    Robert Harrison (Senior Buyer)
    Birmingham & Solihull Mental Healthcare NHS Trust
  • King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust implemented MultiQuote as a simple-to-use tool to manage procurements below the Trusts tender thresholds, manage short term pricing agreements and ensure market competition for all areas of spend. The use of the system has generated significant savings for the Trust from day one.

    Richard Miller (Director of Procurement)
    King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust