TENDER REVIEW SERVICES FOR POLISHED APPLICATIONS
We’re expert tender writers, but more than that, we’re expert editors and proofreaders, too. Companies such as Qantas, Lendlease, Brambles and government agencies call on our help for their editing and proofreading.
Contact Rosemary Gillespie and the team for more information
TENDER REVIEW FAQS
- What's a tender review?
A tender review is an independent review of your draft tender, completed before you submit it.
A tender review completed by an expert tender writer will ensure your tender:
• Is compliant and meets all of the tender requirements
• Answers every question fully
• Clearly conveys your offer and expertise
• Is presented in a way that is professional and easy to read and evaluate
• Is free of typos and inconsistencies.
A tender review can turn a losing tender into a winning one.
A tender review can also be an ‘audit’ of 3-5 of your most recent tenders or proposals, which we do in order to give clients guidance on how to improve their future tenders or proposals.
- Will using an expert tender writer to complete a tender review increase my chances of winning tenders?
When you work with an experienced tender writer, you’ll achieve a much better quality submission, ensuring your tender has the best possible chance of winning. That’s because tender writers are experts at reviewing draft tenders.
Tender writers are not just writing tenders; they edit information provided by clients for inclusion tenders and they edit and proofread draft tenders to make sure that the tender has the same ‘voice’ or style and tone throughout.
Therefore, when a tender writer is reviewing your tenders, they know exactly what’s required to give your tender the best possible opportunity for success.
A tender review completed by an expert will ensure your tender is compliant, answers all questions fully, clearly presents your offer, and reads well.
- How can a Tender Writers tender review service help me win tenders?
Tender writing is daunting, and there’s no guarantee of a successful result.
However, Tender Writers can guarantee that having our experienced tender team review, edit and proofread a tender you have written will significantly improve the quality of your tender, which will improve your chances of winning.
We’re expert tender writers and reviewers, but more than that, we’re expert editors and proofreaders, too.
- What's covered in a Tender Writers tender review?
Tender Writers’ comprehensive tender review service includes reviewing, providing feedback, editing and proofreading tenders you have written to make sure your tender has the best possible chance of success.
We’ll review your draft tender and cross-check it against the Request for Tender or Proposal. We’ll make sure that it addresses all the questions clearly, that your value proposition is loud and clear and that your tender is compliant.
We’ll give you feedback. We’ll edit and proofread your tender, too, to ensure your content and your business is presented professionally.
Your final tender will be supremely polished, accurate, compliant, and you’ll be proud to know that it’s the best it can be.
- How does Tender Writers guarantee the confidentiality of the information I provide?
At Tender Writers, we treat your information with the utmost confidentiality and security.
We understand that certain information included in a tender may be of a sensitive nature ensure your business information remains private and will ensure your business information remains private. Before commencing the tender writing, auditing or reviewing process, we will enter into Non-Disclosure Agreements.
All documents supplied by our clients are stored on a secure server, with access restricted to your tender reviewer and our senior proofreader.
We’ve been tender writing for more than 20 years. And we’re written more than a thousand tenders for hundreds of companies, including many government tenders, and never breached confidentiality.
We’re certified to ISO9001: Quality Management. You can be sure that we know what we are doing and that we do it well.
- Can a Tender Writers tender review help make my tender look professional?
Absolutely. Our tender review will ensure your tender is clear, attractive, and easy to read.
We don’t just look at the content, our tender reviewer will make suggestions on how to present your information in a more engaging way through infographics, images and charts (tender template permitting).
- How much does it cost to use Tender Writers for tender reviews?
Tender Writers’ tender review services are charged at a competitive hourly rate.
The cost of reviewing a tender you’ve written is based on two factors:
• The complexity of the request for tender, which we need to read before we review your tender. That way, we can be sure that you are addressing the tender evaluation criteria.
• The number of pages of your draft tender submission.
As such, it is necessary for us to see the RFT or RFP as well as your draft tender in order to provide you with a fee proposal. Tender Writers’ services are an investment. When you work with us, you have access to expert tender reviewers with a highly-specialised skill set and tender management processes that have been developed through two decades of experience. We have helped many businesses win contracts with large companies and the government.
For a no-obligation quote based on your specific requirements, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tender Writers.
- How is a tender audit different to a tender review?
A tender audit is an independent review of your company’s previous tenders and proposals, where expert tender reviewers provide advice on how to improve the quality of your future tenders to increase your success rate.
Tender Writers’ offer tender audit services. This involves our tender auditors reviewing 3-5 of your most recent tenders or proposals then providing feedback and easy to follow examples of how the tender could be improved next time. Our ‘before’ and ‘after’ examples will make a difference to your next tender.
Our tender audit service is a fixed fee service.
Contact Tender Writers for a no-obligation quote for a tender audit.