When a government agency releases a solicitation, you can sense the impending workload for proposal professionals. The first leg in that process is the critical but time-consuming step of creating a Compliance Matrix. This step alone can take hours if not days.
Deltek is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership with VisibleThread to take hours of work out of the tedious process of creating a first pass Compliance Matrix. In this new partnership, Deltek and VisibleThread will bring to market a new feature for professionals who use Deltek’s GovWin IQ solutions. This new capability automates the initial scan of requirements directly from issued documents and generates a ‘starter’ Compliance Matrix capturing the explicit government requirements.
Join Deltek and VisibleThread in this webinar to learn:
•Why Compliance Matrix documents are an essential part of your capture and proposal efforts and help you
◦Qualify an opportunity and determine your gaps vs. the requirements
◦Jump start the process of preparing a Compliance Matrix by extracting in seconds the essential requirements from the government’s solicitation documents
•How Deltek and VisibleThread's new partnership can help jump start the process of creating a Compliance Matrix
•To see the results of scanning a sample of recent solicitations ranging from RFPs to Task Orders
•How VisibleThread solutions can help companies improve the quality of their proposals and drive efficiency in the proposal review process.
Kevin Plexico, Vice President, Federal Information Solutions for Deltek will be joined by Fergal McGovern, CEO of VisibleThread to show how both Deltek and VisibleThread can help jumpstart your proposal development.
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