Have you ever had to write a proposal? How did it work out for you?

Today’s businesses and government entities rely more and more on outside resources to complete their projects and get work done. Whether it's a federal office looking for construction contractors to expand a facility, a state health agency looking for managed care organizations to run their Medicaid operations, or a local tech company looking to put in place a new computer network, organizations are increasingly turning to outside consultants and experts to get a job done.

How do they find those experts? Through a Request for Proposals (or RFP for short).


The opportunities you’re looking for

RFPs are a doorway to contracts and opportunities. Literally billions of dollars are spent every year through RFPs, representing not just new income but new business for your company. The key is convincing the RFP issuer that you’re the best choice.

The way to do that is with a strong proposal that makes you the winner.

The winning experience you need on your side

To win, you need a response that does more than answer the RFP's questions. You need a response that uses all the right language and the all the right persuasion technique to leave no doubt in the issuer’s consideration that your organization represents the best solution.

So you probably need some help.

With twenty-five years of experience leading winning technical and business communications projects in industries from aerospace to telecommunications to health care, Mightier Than The Sword Consulting’s Patrick Dorsey, author of Write the Winning Proposal, has won over $8 Billion in business for his RFP clients and can help you create proposal successes for your business.

Get your proposal written!