After completing the Job Summary section of your RFQ, the next step is to upload any relevant documentation. The Documents section of the RFQ creation form will list all (if any) documents that you are required to include and send with the RFQ.
This page of the RFQ creation form is broken up into sections known as document groups. Document groups are used to organise and categorise the type of documents that you upload to an RFQ.
You may be required to upload relevant documentation to each document group. Your organisation's Felix administrator may also allow you to create new document groups, or add relevant existing document groups to your RFQ.
Tip: If you don't have any documents to upload and they are not required by your organisation, you can skip this step by clicking the Next: Add Services button.
To access the Documents section of an RFQ:
Note: The Job Summary section of your RFQ must be completed before you can move on to the Documents page. You can learn more about completing the Job Summary section in our guide, How to create an RFQ.
To upload documents to an RFQ:
Note: The maximum file-size for documents that are able to be uploaded to Felix is 256MiB.
Tip: The next step of the RFQ creation process is to add services that you are requesting quotes for. You can learn more in our guide, How to add services to an RFQ.