How to find a request (e.g. for tender) in the 360 providers' portal

Requests for tender, quote, expressions of interest etc. that have been published in the 360 providers' portal can either be:

  • Public - accessible by every company with a 360 account
  • Private - accessible by invited companies with a 360 account

Buyers' accounts can be either public or private as well.  A private buyers' account cannot be accessed without an invitation.

If you have received an invitation to participate in a request and cannot be found using the instructions below, the invitation may have been sent to a duplicate account.  Would you please check the email address on the invitation and use it to sign in?  If you have duplicate accounts, they will be listed during the log-in process.

Step-by-step guide

To find a public request within a buyer's account:

  1. Sign in to http://360providers.apetsoftware.com.au/
  2. Either
    1.  Search:
      1. Click Requests
      2. Click Search All
    1. Browse:
      1. Click 360's Public & Your Associated Buyers
      2. Click View Open Requests for the buyer that has published the request, you're seeking

At this point, you will be able to see each of the buyer's public Requests.  You will also be able to see each of the invitation-only requests (select tenders) that your company has been invited to respond to.

To find an invitation-only request or a public request that you have registered in:

  1. Sign in to http://360providers.apetsoftware.com.au/
  2. Click Requests
  3. Click Favourites

At this point, you will be able to search and/or browse the list to find the request.


Invitation-only requests are published from time to time.  Please contact the buyer if you cannot find a request that you have heard about "through the grapevine".  The support personnel at simplylogical.net cannot provide access to invitation-only requests.

Buyers archive requests when processing is complete.  If you cannot find a request you responded to previously, it will likely be archived.  The support personnel at simplylogical.net cannot provide access to archived requests.