Create beautiful, accurate and up-to-date pitches, proposals and RFP responses without the hassle. Track projects, collaborate with SMEs, and build a powerful repository of re-usable content - all within the familiar world of Microsoft Office.
Quickly find your best content for use in pitches, proposals, SoWs and RFP responses.
Drag and drop the best content into your template - without leaving your document.
Invite subject matter experts and other stakeholders around the world to collaborate in real-time.
Build a content repository for proposal, sales and marketing teams. Workflows ensure that all content is approved.
Track proposal progress and gain valuable insights about your win rates.
The fact that our bid content is easily stored and made searchable saves us a lot of time. Everyone now has access to up-to-date, correct content.
Many knowledge workers are still wasting time and money when it comes to reviewing and collaborating on documents.
The IDC estimates that document challenges are robbing most organizations of 21.3% of their overall productivity!
have found themselves working on the wrong version of document.
send 6+ documents via email each day.
regularly store documents on their desktop.
print PDFs to review.
Qorus helps organizations create business critical documents accurately and efficiently.
From pitches & proposals, to contracts, statements of work and RFP responses.
Our document productivity solutions are incredibly powerful, but they plug right into Microsoft Office, making them intuitive and easy to use.
This guide will help you find out everything you need to know about proposal management software.
This eBook is a collaboration between three marketing and business development organizations that work closely with law firms.
With commentary from Jen Sieger, Director of Worldwide Inside Sales at Microsoft, Dunya Riechelson, President at Allytics, and Natalie Steck, Senior VP of Global Sales at Qorus.
Qorus has helped to ensure that what could have been a complicated migration has been implemented smoothly and seamlessly.
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