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ProposalPro specialises
in winning bids

We understand how buyers structure tender documents and Requests for Proposal, and what they are looking for. Our team is expert at winning. We use accomplished proposal and tender strategies to equip our clients to win contracts.

Your success is our success >>>

Since 2008, ProposalPro has supported organisations to submit proposal, tender and grant submissions with a total value into the billions of dollars, achieving a success rate of over 75% with 100% on all prequalifications.

We understand you are in business with a devotion to your profession. But you may not know how to successfully convey your commitment to excellence through the written word, and persuade a buyer that your business is the best choice.

You're an expert at what you do; we're an expert at telling your story

Engaging ProposalPro means you can reduce the cost of employing a full-time bid manager, while increasing your chance of winning. ProposalPro manages the entire proposal process, keeping your bid compliant and compelling. We do this by:

  • developing solid tender content that precisely meets all selection criteria
  • liaising with stakeholders
  • coordinating and facilitating team communications
  • producing professional graphics to support and complement your submission
  • developing style templates that compliment your current company guidelines.
ProposalPro develops highly competitive, professional proposals that maximise your chance of success. Whatever your business - and whatever the nature of your bid - with ProposalPro, you can be confident that you've lodged a competitive proposal without diverting much-needed resources from your day-to-day business.

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Our Capability

All proposals and tenders are different. Just as no two court cases are the same, neither are the contracts we work on. In our industry, we deal with procurement requests such as:

  • Request for Tender (RFT)
  • Request for Quote (RFQ)
  • Request for Proposals (RFP)
  • Expression of Interest (EOI)
  • Invitation to Offer (ITO)
  • Approach to Market (ATM)
  • Invitation to Respond (ITR)
Since 2008 our services have seen us hold a win rate of over 75% in the three value categories; elementary tenders, intermediate tenders and complex tenders.

Number of Consultants required 1
Number of People involved in the bid process 2 – 10

These types of tenders are based on a proforma template. They may be issued by the private sector, or Local or State Government. They typically include a scope of work, or services, terms and conditions to tendering, and terms and conditions to contract. An excellent example is the procurement of consumables, plumbing services, or event security. It may be an individual contract or a panel arrangement.

Number of Consultants required 1+
(May include graphic design elements)

Number of People involved in the bid process 5 – 12

Larger corporations and Federal Government tenders typically fit into this category. Requests for Proposal are based upon a standard set of documents, however, it may require the bidder to provide a commodity, service or asset that may be an unknown solution to the requesting agency or company. For example, where the proponent has a problem but is not sure of the solution.

AusTender provides centralised publication of Australian Government business opportunities.

The team at ProposalPro are competitive by nature and will support you in developing winning executive summaries, technical responses, project management plans, master schedules, risk management plans, risk assessment and mitigation and resource planning to ensure value for money.

Number of Consultants required 2+
(May include graphic design elements)
Number of People involved in the bid process 10 – 40

Complex bids are those valued in the range of multi-million-dollar or multi-billion-dollar procurement. These types of bids can be multi-phased and may start with Expressions of Interest or Prequalification to Tender.

Our team are highly experienced in submissions based on the managing contractor model – a procurement method traditionally used for government construction projects.

We are adept in the management of the bid as well as developing content. We use tools such as Bid Allocation Plans, CV Trackers, Storyboards, Gate Review Signoffs and more.

We are members of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals and can develop or work to your own gate reviews, bid manuals, templates and style guide, graphics, or develop them for you. Our team can host win theme sessions and strategy sessions, differentiator workshops and, of course, write content to win.

The team at ProposalPro have developed submissions that have won multi-million-dollar bids, led bid teams large and small, provided bid response consulting to less experienced bidders and supported our client capability maturity through bid writing guides and support.

There are many reasons to choose best practice.

But, most important – and most obvious – we know that best practices work.

Best Practice

In fulfilling our obligations to our various stakeholders, ProposalPro strongly advocates for best practices through membership with the Association for Proposal Management Professionals (APMP). APMP membership is for bid, proposal, business development and capture professionals who are engaged in a wide range of activities, including:

  • Bid and proposal management
  • Business development and acquisition
  • Program management
  • Strategic planning
  • Proposal consulting
  • Proposal production
  • Graphic design
With over 11,400 members across 72 countries, and 28 active chapters, the APMP offers the world's only industry-recognised certification program – a global standard for demonstrating proposal management competency. APMP members are professionals across all industries who operate at all stages of the proposal, bid and tender process. The APMP aims to support its members in their professional and personal development and increase recognition of the business development and proposal process. There are many reasons to choose best practice. But, most important – and most obvious – we know that best practices work.