Strategic Contracting and Vendor Management
We view procurement as a key function that creates value for our company, our clients and our communities. With this in mind, we have instituted procurement technology solutions and best practices that provide visibility into and control of our spending, while reducing risk. The key to the whole process, however, is you – the supplier. So, our main focus is finding and retaining the best suppliers.
We believe in building relationships with our suppliers.
We are committed to creating a level playing field for all qualified suppliers.
Thank you for being a member of our team.
CoreLogic conducts competitive bidding for production and non-production goods and services through a Request for Proposal (RFP) process.
Businesses that meet CoreLogic's procurement specifications and standards of excellence have an opportunity to do business with CoreLogic in delivering quality products and services to CoreLogic and its customers.
Some of the qualities we look for in our suppliers are:
- Understanding of CoreLogic's business
- Cost competitiveness
- Proven track record and references
- Good financial standing
- Quality products and services
- Best overall value
- Excellent customer service and follow through
- Ability to conduct business electronically, e.g. via e-mail and internet
- Innovation and continuous improvement
- Value Added capabilities
- Ability to grow with CoreLogic
- Core competency in supplier's line of business
Diverse Supplier Identification
CoreLogic is committed to facilitating the solicitation and introduction of diverse business enterprises and certified small businesses to CoreLogic's procurement processes by providing diverse suppliers equal access to potential procurement opportunities. Partnering with diverse suppliers helps us fulfill our customers’ needs and expectations.
We promote supplier diversity by:
- Creating a level playing field for all qualified suppliers
- Identifying opportunities for diverse businesses to bid on an equal basis
- Promoting an internal culture that embraces working with diverse suppliers
- Extending economic benefits to communities where we live and serve
We maintain a record of our current diverse suppliers for potential procurement opportunities, as well as identifying new suppliers as initiatives arise.
To be considered a diverse supplier, you should be certified by one or more of the following third-parties. Note: this list is not exhaustive.
- National Minority Supplier Development Council
- Women's Business Enterprise National Council
- Department of Veterans Affairs
- National LGBT Chamber of Commerce
- U.S. Small Business Administration
- City, State & Federal Agencies
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I learn about CoreLogic purchase order terms and conditions?
How does CoreLogic define diverse suppliers?
CoreLogic defines a diverse supplier as a U.S.-based, for-profit enterprise (public or private) that is certified (by a third-party) as a diverse supplier. See Certification Requirements.
What are the steps within CoreLogic's procurement process?
- Work with Business Unit Leads, procurement professionals and internal customers to identify upcoming procurement opportunities.
- Identify qualified suppliers to participate in procurement opportunities.
- Screen identified suppliers to determine if a match exists between suppliers' capabilities and business requirements.
What are the next steps once CoreLogic Procurement contacts my company regarding a potential procurement opportunity?
If your company is selected as a potential supplier, we will go through a screening process with a representative of your company to determine if a match exists between capabilities and business requirements. If we determine your company's capabilities are aligned with our business requirements, your company will be invited to competitively bid for a business award.
May I directly contact the business unit lead, procurement professional or internal customers for a particular procurement opportunity?
CoreLogic Procurement works directly with business unit leads or internal customers to determine procurement opportunities and to introduce qualified suppliers into the procurement process.