New online platform creates an innovative market place for clients and business
Software engineer Marc Aproskie has developed a new platform that allows businesses to connect with their surrounding community.
The system is called Da-Mark.com and it allows customers to tell the market what they require. Then businesses in that category and in the surrounding area get the tender request, and are able to respond to it if they have capacity to do so.
Da-Mark allows consumers to ask suppliers in a tender format, what they need.Marc Aproskie, Founder of Da-Mark.com
The system is designed to do almost everything. So even if you are an accountant and you grow vegetable gardens, you can log onto the system as an agriculturist, fruit and veg garden and see as people put in requests for tender.Marc Aproskie, Founder of Da-Mark.com
We are really just trying to build up that local economy.Marc Aproskie, Founder of Da-Mark.com
Da-Mark.com was launched about a month ago and ready for people to start making use of it.
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