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How To Write a Winning Proposal
Your proposal should prove your case, and motivate the client to buy your services or applications. But all too often, reading a proposal is almost as painfully difficult as writing one. So what are the secrets of truly successful proposal-writing?

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: How To Write a Winning Proposal How To Write a Winning Proposal Tom Sant - July 18, 2006 Read Comments In today s economy, sales people have to write more proposals, and better proposals, than ever before. As the industry has become more competitive and complex, customers have become both more confused and more demanding. As a result, they are likely to listen to a presentation, nod their heads, and mutter those dreaded words, Sounds good! Why don t you put that in writing for me? Why Do Customers Want
7/18/2006

Improving Proposal Management through Collaboration
Improving Proposal Management through Collaboration. Applications and Other Reports to Delineate Your Acquisition, In Relation To Improving Proposal Management through Collaboration Companies typically manage their proposal generation efforts using word processing documents, e-mail, and spreadsheets. However, more efficient and effective ways now exist that enable companies to collaborate with all interested parties. Online collaboration with a knowledge-based application streamlines processes, improves quality, and saves time, eliminating error-prone manual processes and redundancies.

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11/7/2005 11:02:00 AM

How to Serve an Ad
Presents an overview of the basic technology used in all ad-serving solutions.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: How to Serve an Ad How to Serve an Ad D. Geller - October 1, 1999 Read Comments The Problem If you know in advance which ad you want on each page of your site you do not need an ad server. Historically, the first application of ad serving was for banner rotation. Rather than have a single advertisement appear to everyone who looks at a page, every time they view it, web sites wanted the ability to sell that ad position to many advertisers. When the page is viewed, every advertiser has an equal chance of
10/1/1999

Migration to .NET
Worldwide, scores of enterprises have realized that they must protect their investments in legacy systems—without getting locked into outdated technologies. They face this challenge especially when making efforts to advance to superior information systems that allow them better efficiencies and more distributed computing strengths. Find out how to manage the challenge—without cost overruns and unprofitable delays.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: computing strengths. Find out how to manage the challenge—without cost overruns and unprofitable delays. Migration to .NET style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Development,   .NET Source: Aalpha Learn more about Aalpha Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation Best Practices for Fixed
8/5/2008 3:11:00 PM

Coming to Grips with IT Risk
Some executives say the greatest risk to any large company is IT failure. IT applications routinely support critical processes throughout a business: customer service, invoicing, payroll, regulatory compliance, and more. With so much depending on IT, any disruption can be ruinous. But amazingly, many companies don’t have sound IT risk management processes in place. Find out how investing in IT reduces your security risk.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: in place. Find out how investing in IT reduces your security risk. Coming to Grips with IT Risk style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT Asset Management (ITAM),   Software Selection,   Failure Analysis,   Risk Management,   Executive Views Source: SAP Learn more about SAP Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best
10/24/2008 1:28:00 PM

PLM Is An Industry Affair - Or Is It?
The question, 'Do vertical industry needs play a significant role in a PLM software selection?' should be a simple question to answer. Instead, it is a question best answered with a series of questions.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: shown in ERP applications. How complicated are the products to be managed? Even within a particular industry, a company may have a tendency to produce a variety of highly complex products and/or simple products. The products may be produced in a single manufacturing facility, or they may be produced simultaneously in multiple facilities. In general, the more complicated the product and the production scenario the more differentiated the industry requirements will be. An interesting side-note to the
12/26/2003

Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks
One year ago, Manugistics appeared to be on the brink of disaster. With the help of new management and an e-business product launch, the timeworn supply chain management vendor grew its license revenues by 51% in its fourth quarter.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks Steve McVey - April 17, 2000 Read Comments Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks S. McVey - April 17th, 2000 Event Summary Manugistics Group, Inc. recently announced its fourth quarter and fiscal year-end results. License revenues grew 51% over the third quarter to $22.0 million, while services and maintenance revenues remained largely flat at $21.7 million, a 2% rise over the third quarter. The company signed a
4/17/2000

100 Million Reasons To Be An ASP
Interpath received $100 million equity investment in spin-off deal between Bain Capital and CP&L — Bain Capital and Carolina Power & Light each invest $50 million; Bain takes ownership and CP&L retains minority stake in the full-service ASP

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: Of particular interest is how they intend to utilize the infusion of capital. Will they improve or increase existing support mechanisms? Will majority be spent on sales and marketing initiatives? What infrastructure resources are offered? Will they attempt to address all areas? This information may provide a formidable comparison tool when evaluating outsourced applications.
5/23/2000

Three Truths to Guide SMBs
Recent changes in the economic environment have altered business fundamentals forever. Larger competitors want to capture the customers that SMBs previously were able to claim uncontested. Customers are becoming more knowledgeable and skillful in leveraging relationships. And financial resources may be less readily available. SMBs need to achieve the next level of efficiency and flexibility to ensure future success.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: Three Truths to Guide SMBs Three Truths to Guide SMBs Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Recent changes in the economic environment have altered business fundamentals forever. Larger competitors want to capture the customers that SMBs previously were able to claim uncontested. Customers are becoming more knowledgeable and skillful in leveraging relationships. And financial resources may be less readily available. SMBs need to achieve the next level of efficiency and flexibility to ensure
12/23/2010 10:43:00 AM

Lotus Positions to Save Big Business
Lotus announced plans to produce knowledge management software that will help larger businesses become more competitive with smaller ones in the E-commerce marketplace.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: at Lotus LotusWorld trade show by Lotus President and CEO Joseph Papows, did not specify a release date or give details about product functionality. Market Impact There s no arguing with Papows contention that large companies are at a disadvantage in the fast moving world of E-commerce. And Lotus, which IDG credits with a strong market share lead of 41.6 percent of the groupware market over Microsoft s 34 percent, has the experience and ability to produce a tool that can help structure information
10/26/1999

The Fast Path to Big Data
Today, most people acknowledge that big data is more than a fad and is a proven model for leveraging existing information sources to make smarter, more immediate decisions that result in better business outcomes. Big data has already been put in use by companies across vertical market segments to improve top- and bottom-line performance. As unstructured data becomes a pervasive source of business intelligence, big data will continue to play a more strategic role in enterprise information technology (IT). Companies that recognize this reality—and that act on it in a technologically, operationally, and economically optimized way—will gain sustainable competitive advantages.

HOW TO WRITE AN INVESTOR PROPOSAL: The Fast Path to Big Data The Fast Path to Big Data Source: Wipro Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Today, most people acknowledge that big data is more than a fad and is a proven model for leveraging existing information sources to make smarter, more immediate decisions that result in better business outcomes. Big data has already been put in use by companies across vertical market segments to improve top- and bottom-line performance. As unstructured data becomes a pervasive source of
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