As a major global corporation, Compuware does business with a wide variety of companies—and that includes our vendors as well. Compuware seeks business relations with diverse vendors of many backgrounds, ages, cultures and nationalities, including qualified small, minority-, women-, veteran- and disabled veteran-owned business enterprises (SMWDVBEs). Compuware regards its vendors as strategic partners and bases these important relationships on mutual respect, trust and goal satisfaction.
We are continually looking for highly qualified, capable and competitive SMWDVBEs that meet our specifications and standards of excellence.
The business qualities we look for in a vendor include:
- understanding Compuware’s business
- cost competitiveness
- ability to grow with Compuware
- good financial standing
- excellence in core product or service.
What Does Compuware Buy?
Compuware buys many types of goods and services, including:
- telecommunications (products and services)
- hardware and software
- office products
- legal services
- market research
- travel/meeting planners
- promotional items
- office furniture
If you would like to become a Compuware vendor, please review the following information. You can register online below or you can contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are Small, Minority-, Women-, Veteran- and Disabled Veteran-owned Business Enterprises (S/M/W/V/DVBEs)?
A Small Business is not dominant in its field and conforms to guidelines established by the Small Business Administration (SBA) related to gross business income and employee size according to product or service.
A Minority-owned Business (MBE) enterprise is at least 51 percent owned, controlled and operated by minority individuals who are:
- Asian-Pacific Americans
- Native Americans
- Asian-Indian Americans
- Subcontinent Asian Americans.
A Woman-owned Business (WBE) is at least 51 percent owned, controlled and operated by non-minority women.
A Veteran-owned Business is a least 51 percent owned, controlled and operated by one or more veterans. A Disabled Veteran-owned Business is at least 51 percent owned, controlled and operated by one or more service-disabled veterans. For more information, please visit http://www.vetbiz.gov/.
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