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Contract Pricing Can Be Difficult for Business of All Sizes and Experiences; Let PROPRICER Help

Pencil Posted by PROPRICER Team

Bidding on government contracts can be an effective avenue for sales and growth for many small and large businesses alike. Still, a lot of work goes into crafting the response to a government proposals, or request for proposals (RFPs) that are a standard part of the process. Even if you do have the manpower and money necessary to invest into the writing, preparing, calculating, and other elements that go into federal proposal writing creation, you still might wonder 'how do you know where to start when it comes to contract pricing?'

For various reasons, the average sales cycle has increased by about 22% over the past five years. That means more time spent on the process and less time actually earning any money. This can have a big impact on a company, especially small businesses. The vast majority of companies in this country are small or medium in size. In fact, approximately 99.7% of all businesses employ fewer than 500 people. Many of these companies may have never engaged in any kind of government contracting projects simply because they don't know where to start.

For small or large businesses without much, if any, experience in the government contracting industry it can be very difficult to determine how to get going or how small adjustments might affect the end results later on PROPRICER's proposal and contract pricing software can help give you the foundation and capabilities you need to help you with this and ultimately be successful.

On the other hand, the U.S. is filled with millions of businesses -- 26.5 million, according to recent estimates. Many of these companies have undoubtedly gone about government contract bidding and proposal writing for a long time. PROPRICER’s proposal writing and contract pricing software can appeal to these folks as well.

For example, even those with a lot of experience handling proposals and pricing will certainly appreciate the “what-if” capabilities. These make it incredibly easy for users to see just how big or small any tweaks to various aspects of the contract pricing will have on the final result.

Instead of wasting hours of time going back over and manually making changes, PROPRICER has easy-to-use functions that allow automated updates, estimation tools, and other resources to help eliminate redundant efforts.

No matter the size of your business or experience with proposal writing, PROPRICER can help make anyone whose job it is to secure government contracts easier, more efficient, and more successful.

Topics: proposal writing, what-ifs, small business, federal proposal management

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