Our Approach To RFP/RFQ
Our business plan and pricing are designed for the small business owner (SBO) – our target base. Our view is that the RFP/Q is an antiquated, time consuming, and a ubiquitous bidding process often diverting skilled or talented workers to dedicate exorbitant amounts of time on a single project. RFP/Q are mostly designed for big business, government agencies or global enterprises, to elicit a response from potential vendors. And though some SBOs may believe this RFP/Q is fair and cost effective this approach is disproportionately designed to benefit large entities in aggressive competition – in a sea of the rough waters.
Our approach is more aligned to the needs of the SBO and their person of contact (POC), representatives or decision-makers. Research shows that only a small percentage of the U.S. market use and benefit from use of the RFP/Q bidding process. The fact is that according to the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA), small businesses of 500 employees or fewer make up 99.9% of all U.S. businesses and 99.7% of firms with paid employees. Of the new jobs created between 1995 and 2020, small businesses accounted for 62%—12.7 million compared to 7.9 million by large enterprises. Our approach of direct contact between POCs synchronistically / asynchronistically bypassing the RFP/Q is more desirable and cost effective for SBOs.
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