Enquire provides program managers the ability to configure their own assessment criteria.
By creating a scoring assessment based on requirements or conditions relevant to the program strategy and outcomes, program managers can better select the investments that are most likely to deliver to the results desired.
Using Enquire’s Investment Prioritisation and Assessment module helps standardise the process for selection. Scoring provides values on each aspect of the data as well as a total score.
Setting scoring criteria and ranking projects or applications ensures standards are applied across all equally, and that decisions made are traceable and transparent
With total scores program managers can rank and compare against other projects or applications to set the funding priority.
With Investment Prioritisation and Assessment Enquire provides program managers the tools to ensure assessments are managed in best practice manner.
Enquire makes managing grant, contract and impact reporting easy with a wide range of ready to use no-code features that streamline administration, improve program visibility and automate reporting management.
The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade uses Enquire to manage their $2.2 billion International Aid program. With a Portfolio/Project approach the Ministry can manage all their program and contracts worldwide.
The NSW Office of Emergency Management utilises Enquire to manage their competitive grants program using both the Management Portal and the Client Portal to seamlessly connect grant applications through external assessors, to contract award and acquittal processes.
The Queensland Government utilises Enquire to manage online applications, assessment workflows, contracts and payments integrating with financial systems and supporting program wide workflow management and performance reporting.
Wine Australia supports a prosperous Australian grape and wine community. Enquire provides Wine Australia with a grants management system that supports online applications and assessment.