Find out why your company should engage tender writing services in order to win more tenders.
Writing a successful tender is much easier said than done.
As a result, if you find that you’re not winning as many tenders as you’d like or that you’re spending valuable time writing (and rewriting) your tenders, it may be time to look into tender writing services.
In this article, we’ll discuss a few different scenarios where companies can benefit from tender writing services.
Tender writing services help you to save time
When you’re taking it upon yourself to write a tender, you’re taking time away from the rest of your work. This could mean that important (and time-sensitive) tasks are being neglected in favour of writing the tender.
In addition to this, writing successful tender submissions takes time. After all, there are a lot of bases to cover, from gathering the relevant documentation to outlining your value proposition and finally proofreading your tender.
However, when hiring a tender writer, you’re giving yourself back the hours you’d spend pouring over every last detail, as the work is carried out on your behalf by an experienced professional. Not only will they prepare an effective tender response in a short time frame, it will also be of exceptionally high quality.
Tender writing services help to keep stress at bay
Whether you’re writing government tenders or another form of tender, there’s a lot riding on your success. For example, you could be relying on winning tenders for vital revenue for your company. Knowing the significance of the outcome can make the entire tender writing process even more stress-inducing. Not only could this take its toll on your health, but it could also mean you’re less focused and more prone to making mistakes.
However, when utilising tender writing services, you can rest easy knowing your tenders are in good hands – whether your tender writer is writing the entire response from scratch or editing it on your behalf.
Hiring a tender writer means you’ve got a good tender you can recycle in the future
While you should not purely copy and paste content from one tender to another time and time again, hiring a tender writer means that you have access to a high-quality document that you can “recycle” in the future.
For example, you can keep the basic formatting, structure and content the same while making a few edits in order to ensure it is relevant for your new tender opportunity. Using a tender you’ve already had success with as a template will give you much greater peace of mind when trying to write your own tenders in the future.
Hiring a tender writer means you can win more tenders
There are many different reasons why you’ve not had much success writing tenders in the past. It can be down to something relatively simple, such as overlooked typos, or something more complex, such as a lack of understanding of what was required of you. Either way, you can eliminate all the typical mistakes altogether by hiring a professional tender writer.
Of course, that does not mean you’ll win 100% of the tenders you write – that’s just not realistic especially if you operate in a very competitive space. However, a tender writer will increase your chances of succeeding. As a result, you’ll soon notice that you’re winning more tenders than ever before and that your business is growing as a result.
How Tender Writers can help you
At Tender Writers, we offer a range of tender writing services to our clients throughout Australia, including:
- Tender writing
- Tender editing
- Tender audits
- Tender reviews
With over 20 years of experience, we’ve helped clients bring in over $500 in revenue through our tender writing, auditing and editing services. What’s more, over 80% of the tenders result in our clients being shortlisted for presentation or being awarded the contract outright.
Whether you’re writing a tender for the first time, or this is your hundredth time, partnering with the professional tender writers at Tender Writers can help you increase your opportunity for success.
If you’d like to find out more, please do not hesitate to get in touch today. We’d be happy to answer any questions you might have – and look forward to hearing from you!