October 29, 2011
Sales proposals are both fun and frustrating to put together. Fun, because it’s a chance to snag a great new client or project; frustrating, because, unless you have a standard template in place, they are not always easy to put together. If your company leans towards the frustrating end of the process, it probably takes a while to put together a proposal, and you end up losing out on a great branding opportunity.
Indianapolis-based startup TinderBox takes the frustration out of proposal management. Their web-based application makes it easy for teams – including at the enterprise level, which competitors don’t focus on – to create, manage, deliver, and track interactive business proposals. If you write a lot of proposals, even better – it is designed to be populated with libraries of saved proposal content so you can write up proposals quickly and keep branding consistent.
They also included a tracking feature to keep sales reps up-to-date every time a proposal is viewed, thus helping to shorten the sales process. If your company is big – or heading in that direction – there are enterprise features that allow management to view active proposals and share content across teams.
The founding team of Dustin Sapp, Kristian Andersen, and Mike Fitzgerald showcased TinderBox at our Tech Cocktail Bloomington event last week. If you missed the event, be sure to check out this super useful technology by requesting a free trial.
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