Invite specific vendors or post a public link so interested parties can find your RFP.
Vendors bring multiple team members together in the same version. Prepare your proposal quickly and effectively.
Leverage past responses with a click. Keep RFP responses updated and accessible.
Track proposal status in real time. Assign writing and approving tasks with due dates and notifications.
Export into Word/Excel for your archival purposes. Your responses and entire proposals are stored for later use.
For RFPs created in our system, submit completed proposals with a click. For external RFPs, export and submit.
Gather your vendor responses automatically. You can message with your vendors during their responding period.
Engage your evaluation team, where they can score and make notes, directly in the proposals.
Support your decisions confidently. View vendor comparisons, scoring summaries, and export all of the detail for presentations.
One team, one goal, one conversation.
No more silos.
Access content and project status from anywhere, anytime.
Securely transmit and store your critical information.
Support your clients and internal stakeholders effectively by gathering vendor responses quickly. Compare capabilities and view the facts side-by-side to make informed decisions.
Your entire team can work together, evaluate responses in-line, and work through the entire process centrally.
Set the criteria for evaluation and engage your scorers. Present decision-makers with summary and detailed reports.
Respond to RFPs quickly and effectively by managing tasks and content centrally. Stop focusing on the process and spend your time on compelling content. Tell your story.
Track tasks and progress
Assign each section or question to your writers and approvers. Maintain accountability of every response. We even track draft history.
Leverage past responses
Instantly search your Knowledge Base. Our search engine enables you to find and reuse relevant past responses instantly.
I would hope to have any RFP by these guys [RFP365], because it's just too complicated a process — I feel that way from the government standpoint … [the process] needs to be faster. [Kansas City Business Journal]
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