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3 Ways Technology Improves the RFP Process for Remote Teams (Sponsored Webinar)
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6/9/2020
When: Tuesday, June 9, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Eastern U.S.
Where: Live Webinar
Presenter: Phil Sundal, RFPIO


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Session Description

As companies in every industry, of every size, are completely remote, more RFP Response teams than ever are leveraging technology to manage projects and keep collaboration going between team members.

After speaking to several newly remote RFP response teams to gain their perspective, here are three ways technology can help your response team flourish across regions, time zones, and even languages.

Top Takeaways

  • Improve RFP Management by Breaking Them Into Manageable Sections
  • Save Time By Centralizing Content & Leveraging Auto-Response Technology
  • Prioritize High Propensity Bids By Utilizing Data to Make Informed Decisions

Target Audience

  • Proposal, Sales Development, and Operations leaders who oversee RFP response, or,
  • Product, Security, and Compliance teams who respond to Security Questionnaires at:
  • Companies in the Healthcare, Finance, Technology, and Services sector who
  • Collaborate with multiple departments/authors/SME’s to respond to RFPs.

Presenter

Phill Sundal - RFPIO Product Marketing Manager
As Product Marketing Manager at RFPIO, Phill Sundal is passionate about go-to-market strategy and empowering individuals and organizations in their response management efforts. Phill has been a PMM for high-growth SaaS companies for over five years, and is an emerging thought leader in the sales & marketing intelligence space.



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