Into the auction, suppliers will, all together, in the same time, go on the platform and reduce the price of the gloves that they want to deliver to us. At the end of the process, we will have the best price that we can have for a certain category of gloves. Now, this is a very simple example, gloves, just to have a glimpse of the feeling of the process, but you may go, if you want, with something quite complex. You may have the same process for upgrading a building. If you want to upgrade the building, exactly the same steps you have to do. First of all you need to go to a designer to give you the specification, what other steps you need to make in order to upgrade the building, then you’re going to the market, looking for those builders, constructors who can do that list of activities that you need to perform, understand through a eRFI their capabilities, and once you have these capabilities, you go and ask them quotation for certain steps of the process. At the end, you go with their answers again in the e-auction and you are absolutely sure that you get, on that specific process, the best price on upgrading a building.
Of course, working on such a process, for upgrading a building, is much more complex than buying gloves, but fundamentally is [still] the same thing. You have the same steps, you have to do the same thing, suppliers are going on the same platform, doing the same thing and you get the best results for the gloves, or for upgrading the building. What is important is that once these processes of e-procurement are absorbed into the department of procurement, they are continually delivering results, delivering savings and you are looking always to get the best out of the market at a certain moment in time.