Let’s win more tenders, bids and proposals
For many organisations success in bidding, tendering, proposing, and pitching is critical if you need to win or retain business.
However, strategising, writing and producing winning bids within tight timeframes can also be daunting, stressful and difficult to manage for teams already under pressure.
It doesn’t need to be.
Whether you’re looking for high level strategic advice only, or need full support for each step of the process, or something in between (like JMA’s Top’n’tail service) JMA’s team is highly experienced and ready to assist.
JMA’s tender, bid, and proposal win services are tailored to suit each client’s budget and in-house capability. Be it hand holding for a first-time tenderer, boosting an experienced team’s capacity for a one-off major bid, or a bid review or bid process improvements.
We can help.
Our team has helped clients succeed in all varieties of formal competitive selection processes (including EoI, RFI, RFQ, RFT, RFP) and less formal pitches for business, including alternative tenders and unsolicited proposals.
JMA’s tender, bid and proposal win services span and support each critical phase of the cycle and emphasise skills transfer to your team so you can better DIY winning bids.
Get in touch to find out how JMA support can take your next tender, bid or proposal to the next level, or read on to learn more about our key tender, bid and proposal win services.
Winning government tenders
Australian government at any level is an attractive client for professional services firms. Commonwealth, State and Local Government agencies and departments are increasingly astute buyers, so to be successful in winning government clients, you need to be aware of key issues and trends which reflect the power, accountability, and cultural set of the public sector.
If winning business is important to your firm’s prosperity, whether to win new work or retain those hard-to-replace clients, JMA can be in your corner next time.
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Tender readability remains a problem for some in the 21st century. I still see submission documents that cling to a handful of really old hat tender presentation and formatting techniques. I suspect this is because some of these ‘rules’ are viewed as being more appropriate to a ‘formal’ style of document such as a tender. […]