Bethesda, MD, June 12, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Adding to the problem, Federal proposal evaluators want easy to read, concise proposals to lessen their task of evaluating 30 - 40 proposals. Proposals that are complicated, poorly organized, or difficult to read are immediately given a grade of U (unresponsive), often with only a skim reading.
How is the proposal writing dilemma solved? In same way you wrote an A term paper in college; with a structured, detailed writing outline.
The Proposal Architect software is a web-based business process for developing a comprehensive proposal outline for use by one or more writers. The resulting document is the core of all "evaluator friendly" and compelling federal proposals. The process begins with a proposal template which is refined over and over by applying a proven methodology resulting in a more persuasive and compliant response as well as reduced costs.
The Proposal Architect includes a generic proposal outline for users that do not already have template outlines based on past proposals or legacy content. Users may also refine the generic outline to fit their company or use the basic outline approach to guide them in developing outlines that fit their business.
To learn more about the Proposal Architect contact Diego Arioti at 866-519-4482 Ext. 107. You can also reach Mr. Arioti by e-mail at email@example.com.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, visit http://www.fedmarket.com/proposalArchitect/.