The Tender and the bid are in fact often used interchangeably. A Bid is regularly used by the offeror whilst the term tender is often used by the procurer. A bid is an approach to a client that has put out an RFT (Request For Tender), in order to generate repeat or new business. The bid process then can also be called the tender process.
The expert writers at The Tender Team have over 10 years of combined experience in tender bid writing. Our team of tender writers and bid consultants showcase a successful track record and provide you with strategic tender writing that is tailored to your business.
What does this mean?
This means that by working with us, your business receives a tailored experience to its tender writing. Our group of writers will not only formulate all of your responses as well as any additional documentation required to comply with the procuring company’s needs but also, through tailoring the content will ensure everything delivered to the procurer also matches their specific needs and wants.
All of this is done through the use of a positive tone to portray your business as the optimal choice. Even if past shortcomings are prevalent, our team of tender and bid writers will be able to exhibit your organisation in the best way possible.
The Tender can, in fact, come in multiple forms and sizes, some are technical, whilst other rely heavily on supporting documentation. It is important to take note of what the tender is asking for specifically, in terms of businesses capability as well as the relationship.
At The Tender Team, our bid and tender consultants will emphasise the prospective or current relationship between clients and procurers. It is important to relate the procurer’s requirements with the client’s experience and capabilities.
Our writers convey the necessary information quickly and efficiently through fact-filled sentences and ensure that all writing is at the level that the intended readers will be able to understand. In contrast, others will often pile highly technical jargon in an attempt to increase the professional appeal of documents, whilst having the opposite effect.
As Charles Bukowski puts it,
“An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way.”
In writing tenders and bids our team believe that in order to succeed it is important to always understand the people you are working with, and for.
If you would like more information to discuss your next tender or bid proposal then do not hesitate can call us on 0410448770, or email firstname.lastname@example.org