Planning your tenders
posted: July 18th, 2012
PQQs, ITTS, and other tender documents all require time to be completed. It is a common practice to put off those difficult tasks, and responding to tenders is often considered as one such task. As a consequence, tenders are often left to the very last minute meaning that responses are rushed, reducing the chances of success.
It is important to plan and dedicate resources to completing your tenders. To maximise your chances of success, careful thought needs to be applied to each question to ensure you have answered it to your full potential. Completing tenders is your opportunity to demonstrate why you are the preferred supplier above all the others. Therefore it is essential that your tender reflects this.
At Thornton & Lowe, we are often approached by clients who have left the tender to the last minute, and realise that they require support to complete it in time.
To see how we can help you, give us a call on 0845 862 0154.