When working together, to be able to collaborate and achieve the common objective, it is important to know well all actors involved in the project.
We don't just bring energy where it’s needed, when it’s needed: we want to do so in a sustainable way and be sure that all those who collaborate with us share our same objectives and are committed to turning intentions into actions.
This is why we adopt evaluation procedures, such as the Scouting process, which applies to certain Merchandise Groups as an alternative to the Qualification Process.
By filling a questionnaire, suppliers can introduce their company to the Enel Group, select the Merchandise Group and the company within the Enel Group with which they wish to collaborate; additionally, they can include any certifications and references from previous contracts, with companies of the Enel Group or other clients.
The Scouting procedure ends with the submission of the information forms that will be processed to assess the supplier’s eligibility to take part in the tenders issued by the Group.
A great objective can be achieved also thanks to a small supplier whose company does not operate in strategic sectors, but can certainly still give an important contribution to our Group. This is why, to make sure we provide the best service, we have to know the strengths of our partners and find out the best ways to work together and create value.