A sales proposal is a document prepared to pitch a business’s services or products to potential clients. It shows that you fully understand the needs of your prospect. It proves that you’ve deeply understood their needs based on your previous conversations or their request for proposal (RFP). It convinces your prospect you’re the best solution available to them.
This is written to convince stakeholders about a concept and details what is intended to be achieved, an explanation of the objectives, the plans for achieving them, the deliverables, the budget or financial projections among others. It is different from a sales proposal in that whereas a sales proposal is intended to convince customers to buy your products or services, the project proposal is used to convince of the viability of a line of action.
This is prepared to respond to tenders from organisations following a procurement process. When an organisation wants suppliers, it follows a tender process where it invites interested suppliers to apply to work for the organisation. The application is done by submitting a Bid which answers all the questions asked in the tender.
Timeline as defined in the tender
A business proposal is limited in scope to a specific project or need and generally has a specific audience. A business proposal describes the range of work, a quote detailing materials, tools, labour, delivery and other elements of the cost of the project. A proposal is more of a marketing document, designed to convince the audience to do business by presenting a value proposition and a call to action.
We develop business proposals which you can use to describe briefly what your business is all about, how you will approach a particular project or solicit business from prospective clients. The proposals are limited in scope to a particular project or need and generally has a specific audience.
The primary reason for a business proposal is to solicit or develop a business opportunity or to offer to provide some services or products to a prospective client. In our business proposals we develop, we explain what the opportunity or business is all about, why it is exactly an opportunity, how it will be exploited by your business, what costs are involved, how much the customer will pay, how the product or service will be delivered.
A business proposal describes the scope of work, a quote detailing materials, tools, labour, delivery and other elements of the cost of the project. Other information includes a comprehensive description of the features and benefits of the products. Readers are sure to be well-informed of your business by reading the proposals we develop and you are sure to maximize the business opportunity through our work.