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Why Black Hat Review Processes Work

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Employed during the capture management phase, Black Hat review processes may vary in implementation between companies and people, but the overall goal remains the same: to find the top competition for a government contract and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of those businesses, so you better understand how they will bid against you.

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Can a CRM Improve My Capture Management?

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A government contract can be an incredible revenue stream; however, actually landing the deal can be a long and arduous process. That’s where customer relationship management (CRM) software can help. CRM technology is useful in managing and analyzing customer interactions. In the era of “the customer experience”, it’s increasingly vital to solve your client’s needs quickly and effectively. As a contractor, the government is your client.

If you are trying to improve your team’s capture management, a CRM can certainly benefit your company. Here’s how… Read More

What Should You Look for in a Capture Management Software?

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Recently I have seen many different people make comments about how software technology is not very helpful within the worlds of capture management and procurement. And while that may help to explain why so many contractors still rely on Excel spreadsheets and emails for NDA’s, TA’s and SubK’s, avoiding government-focused technological solutions is only committing a disservice to yourself.

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What Do You Do When Your Capture Executive (Capture Manager) Leaves?

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Second only to projecting sales, your capture management tool of choice is a key indicator of your capture management team’s performance and is also what keeps accumulated data about each prospect in one place. Its active monitoring begins the day your Capture Executive (also known as a Capture Manager or Capture Executive Manager) starts work. At that moment you with understand that your capture management team will change over time, and thus you may be faced with extreme difficulties when your Capture Executive leaves for other opportunities.

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The 5 Essential Habits of Highly Effective Capture Executives

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Take a look at the habits of successful leaders in your industry or your company’s area of expertise. By cultivating these same habits or by looking for them in your employees and consultants, you can identify employees most likely to lead your business through a successful capture management strategy.

Everyday, regular tasks become habits because they are recognizably and predictably essential for success, and you should always stock up your company’s cupboard with everything you need to improve your capture success rate. Read More

Greatest Hits: Top Government Sales Insights for Your Business

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Capturing and winning government contracts is a way to ensure a stable source of income for years to come. During lean economic times, government contracts can help keep the doors open, and during boom times, these contracts can fund expansion.

But what do you need to know to make sure your government sales processes are top notch? What can you do to make sure you win your bids, and what should you do if you lose? Read on to learn more. Read More

7 Capture Management Resolutions

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A new year means a new opportunity to take a look at what you did wrong and what you did right in previous year. As you think about your capture management efforts for last year, jot down some resolutions that might help to improve your success rate in the coming year. Creating a repeatable and scalable capture management process often starts by resolving to install better habits.

Take the time to prioritize the following seven resolutions to push your prospects through the pipeline to an award. Read More