Are you ready to compare proposal software? Wondering how Qorus stacks up against competitors?

This is a question our sales team gets asked all the time, so we've added it to our FAQ blog series. Here's a quick summary of how Qorus compares to other proposal software providers:

Loopio

Loopio focuses on RFPs, RFIs and security questionnaires, with one of its most popular features being its ability to automatically search your content library for answers to repeated RFP questions. Loopio offers a content library and enables SME collaboration.

Qorus offers all this and more. While it doesn't have a magic button, Qorus does allow users to instantly search RFP Q&A pairs and preview answers before dragging & dropping the best one into their Word, PowerPoint or Excel document. 

Qorus also empowers sales reps to self service when generating pitches and proposals. The Guided Cart feature enables them to select content build their own, approved content using Word and PowerPoint templates And finally, Qorus allows you to track win rates - and soon, RFP editing time.

Octiv

Octiv is a document generation, approval and storage solution. It doesn't have many of the proposal team features that Qorus offers, including: Project Point for working on and storing historic bids and their supporting content; a dedicated proposal and RFP content library, task allocation and tracking functionality, and the Guided Cart feature mentioned above.

Octiv is also an in-browser application, whereas Qorus plugs directly into Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

PandaDoc

PandaDoc is also a broader product that focuses on document generation, sending, tracking and signing. It lacks the proposal team features that Qorus offers, including: Project Point for working on and storing historic bids and their supporting content; a dedicated proposal and RFP content library, task allocation and tracking functionality, and the Guided Cart feature for sales self service.

With Qorus you also have the ability to create your own, totally customized templates in Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

PMAPS

PMAPS is a proposal automation and content management system. Qorus offers a more user-friendly experience, with better, Google-like search functionality.

Proposable

Proposable is a web-based proposal management solution. Qorus offers more intuitive content creation and in-document collaboration features - with everything happening directly in Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

Proposify

Proposify is online proposal software made for agencies. Qorus is better if you're looking for a solution that works directly in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

Proposify pricing requires to you know upfront how many proposals you'll be producing, whereas Qorus is priced per user.

QuoteWerks

QuoteWerks has been around for a long time. They're focused on pulling quotes together by integrating CRM and accounting information with product information.

Qorus is better for proposals than quotes, and also integrates with CRM and other data sources. Qorus is better for building proposals, searching for content and collaborating - with everything happening directly in Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

Qvidian

Qvidian is another proposal software provider that has been around for a long time, and it seems to have accumulated a lot of functionality over the years.

Qorus has a fresh, intuitive user interface, powerful search tools and is generally easier to learn and use.

Qwilr

Qwilr is designed to help sales and marketing departments creative interactive, online quotes with embedded media.

Qorus plugs into Word, PowerPoint and Excel so you can create your own templates, whereas Qwilr creates webpages that plug into your systems. Qorus also offers Project Point for working on and storing historic bids and their supporting content; a dedicated proposal and RFP content library, task allocation and tracking functionality, and the Guided Cart feature for sales self service.

Want to learn more about Qorus and how it compares to another product? 

We're ready to answer all your questions and show you how Qorus works. 

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