To bid or not to bid?

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 by Simon Morton

We’re pleased as punch to announce that Eyeful have teamed up with our friends at Sales Engine to offer bid support services.  Our full press release can be accessed here.

Long story short, this blessed union was prompted by clients coming to us in a bit of a flap over large pitch presentations.  We spotted that some clients would have benefited from more support earlier on in the process so approached bid support experts Sales Engine for help.

Sales Engine & Eyeful logoMajor bids and pitches tend to be driven by sales teams, and the focus is always on making sure that the information conveyed is as convincing as possible. But decisions by the customer are often heavily influenced by procurement, yet we see very little input from these specialists in putting bids together.

This is what got us so excited about teaming up with Sales Engine on Bid Support.

They pull together a support team of sales experts and died-in-the-wool procurement people to challenge and hone your bid from every angle to ensure you tick all the boxes.

A marriage made in heaven, we think…

So if you’re faced with the challenge/horror (delete as applicable) of formal tenders and bids and need a steady hand and cool head to support you, Eyeful and Sales Engine are on call.

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