- Top PC/Mac proposal development tools and tricks – July 23
- Bold trends in capture and proposal management – September 11
- How to reduce proposal development costs and get the most out of your proposal development budget – November 20
Led by our capture and proposal experts, our bi-monthly webinars will present advancements in business development, capture management, and proposal management.
Our first webinar, sponsored in conjunction with APMP’s Nor’easters Chapter, features our very own AppMaven, Beth Wingate, who’ll share how to more efficiently and effectively create winning proposals using her Top PC/Mac tools and tricks.
Next, Bob Lohfeld will share Bold trends in capture and proposal management. In an increasingly competitive global market, top tier companies are adapting and executing new practices to increase their win probabilities. This webinar will present some of the more interesting trends in capture and proposal management and discuss how these are changing the competitive landscape for these firms.
On November 20, Lisa Pafe and Brenda Crist will show you how to Reduce proposal development costs and get the most out of your proposal development budget.
Today, companies are trying to make the most of every dollar to increase their competitive edge. Lisa and Brenda will decompose a budget for developing a 30-day proposal and a 10-day proposal for small, medium, and large companies and make recommendations for decreasing costs, while also streamlining workflow, effectively using automation, and working smarter not harder.
They will also describe how they implement management best practices like Agile, Information Technology Infrastructure Library® (ITIL), and Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK), and commonly used tools and technology to reduce proposal development costs.
Doing more with less does not mean longer hours for less pay, but rather leverages continuous process improvement, teamwork, creativity, and ongoing training to result in long-term savings. Lisa and Brenda will share best practices for cost savings.