Our greatest successes are those we achieve with our clients
Since 1993, JMA has helped well-over 1,000 organisations win work through competitive tenders, bids and proposals.
Clients our team has supported include
We help clients win business and grow revenue
Through winning tenders, bids and proposals JMA has secured projects and ongoing revenue streams for clients to the value of $8.4 B with these organisations:
“Thank you for your considerable assistance. I could not have achieved this without you. This is a huge milestone for me, and I am positively ecstatic.“
Partner, Law Firm
$1M in fees in the first 12 months of a 3-year appointment with Australia’s largest Medical Defence Organisation.
“Up against the very best the market has to offer, the win is particularly pleasing. They emphasised how impressed they were with our submission.”
Managing Principal, Intellectual Property Firm
One of four winners on a reduced CSIRO panel and fee revenue increase from $60K per year to $5M per year.
“We involved JMA before the tender came out, so they already understood our business. JMA is well worth the investment. This will totally transform us!“
Managing Director, Rehabilitation services
Won a 7-year Whole of Australian Government rehabilitation services contract.
“The work done on these two contracts should secure our long-term future as well as giving us a great base for other tenders for new clients.”
BD Manager, Engineering Firm
Retained one service contract and won a second with a State Water Authority.
“JMA has developed the cost-effective gamechanger the market has been looking for.”
Director Corporate Development, Manufacturing
Better revenue, productivity, sales growth, and stronger margins.
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