Our clients are surprised at how our team manages to consistently ensure that all submissions comply with the requirements, meet the strict deadlines, and surpass the quality of even the most seasoned competitors even during the most hectic periods.
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London, UK (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
The busiest bidding season for the public sector – one of, if not the biggest, purchasers of products and services in the country – is on. Renowned PQQ, bid and tender writing services provider Executive Compass® states that October and November are usually critical months as government agencies publish, open or award procurement opportunities for businesses during this period. This means contractors and suppliers are on their full battle mode to make sure that they make the most out of this opportune time.
The windows of opportunities are expected to open even wider as the government recently announced that they are now designing policies that will enable small- and medium-sized businesses to enjoy a more level playing field when competing with bigger companies. In a recent statement, the Public Services Reform said they are working on providing more SME access to public contracts by lowering the so-called “bureaucracy barrier” in the procurement process. http://realbusiness.co.uk/article/24143-government-plans-to-widen-sme-access-to-public-sector-contracts-
Bid managers at Executive Compass® warn that these potential opportunities come with a huge amount of risk. It is now much more crucial for businesses to ensure that they won’t be wasting their energy and the short time frame with mediocre or poorly written bids, and they can only do this by implementing a solid bid management strategy.
Neil Capstick, founder and managing director of Executive Compass®, said: “Based on our statistics, we are now reaching the busiest time tendering with lots of large contracts being released at once. Many companies are finding their in-house resources stretched, and their bids are suffering as a consequence of this. We are being approached by lots of large firms to act as bid support to their current team, either in a writing role or to manage the process.”
Capstick said that instead of putting their company’s reputation at risk, businesses interested in winning government contracts can simply seek the help of the experienced, highly competent and robust team of tender management specialists at Executive Compass®. The team can take over the entire process – from writing to proofreading to layout and design to attending to the administrative concerns in between.
“Our first-time clients are surprised at how our team manages to consistently ensure that all submissions comply with the requirements, meet the strict deadlines, and surpass the quality of even the most seasoned competitors even during the most hectic periods,” Capstick says. “That’s why a huge bulk of our clients is made up of repeat customers. They stay once they discover how it is to work with first-rate specialists. Most importantly, they stay for the results – our records are transparent, showing how many million euros worth of contracts we already have won for our clients.”
Capstick stresses that overworking and overstretching the in-house team can seriously harm the reputation of a company as this could lead to low-quality final submissions. By outsourcing the tender writing and bid management project to a world-class team, an organisation will have more chances of enjoying growth and expansion not only in the government procurement system, but even in a much larger, global scale.