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In this session, Tammy Dungan, implementation and training manager at Proposal Software, will share best practices on creating and maintaining proposal content that’s accurate, up-to-date, and easy to access when preparing RFP responses. By optimizing content that is used on a repeatable basis, proposal writers can become more efficient in responding to standard RFP questions, allowing more time for SMEs to focus on more complex, business-winning responses. Ellen Bossert, vice president of marketing at Proposal Software, will then share real-world applications of these best practices and the positive outcomes commercial companies have achieved as a result.
Best Practices for the following:
- Defining which content to store, manage and make easily accessible to support RFP/Proposal Needs
- How to best categorize your content
- How to successfully manage your content and keep it up-to-date
- How to build effective relationships with your subject matter experts
- Learn the benefits of keeping your content current, from real-world examples
Proposal writers, managers/supervisors and database administrators
Tammy Dungan is an implementation and training manager at Proposal Software, providing new client implementation, software support, training, and continuous customer service for Proposal Software since 2006. She has successfully implemented hundreds of clients within various industries on Proposal Software’s acclaimed PMAPS software.
Tammy has successfully managed large scale professional services projects for some of the top Fortune 100 companies, creating new efficiencies utilizing software. She also provides best-practice knowledge to all our customers via regional workshops, conferences, webcasts, and online training.
During Tammy’s prior tenure at ING Investment Management she worked closely with Proposal Software to develop the financial version of the software.
Tammy received her B.G.S. in 2002 with a major in Business from Eastern Connecticut State University.