Coming Soon - RFP Load and Auto Search

Get Early Access and Provide Your Feedback

We have been updating our existing RFP Tracking functionality to:
  •    * Load incoming Word and PDF files
  •    * Auto-search for appropriate responses to the questions in the RFP
  •    * Allow you to override with manual searches if needed
  •    * Re-order suggested content
  •    * Select the best response
We would like to extend this new feature set to a select few clients/prospects for additional input.   If you would like to see a preview, we would be happy to demo it to you.   And if you are interested in getting early access to it within your own library, let's discuss.   In either case, drop us a line to get the ball rolling: RFPMonkey Contact Form.We would be happy to show it to you.  Just ask for a live demo.

Build your RFP content library

Import and enter RFP questions and answers for reuse. Use flexible categorization and editing features as you maintain your content. Enter or paste content into our editor or bulk-import from .CSV files.

Search and filter content

Use Exact search for words or short phrases. Use Relevance search to match whole questions and/or responses. Or leave the search mode on Auto to let RFPMonkey decide which is best. Filter your search results using 9 configurable filters.

Never use old content again

Entry Aging expires content periodically to help you keep it current and fresh. Set Entry Aging aggressively to expire content after only 30 days, or as infrequently as yearly. (Or turn it off all together).

Track RFP progress and status

Record RFP status, progress, outcome, notes, important dates, and team assignments. Track assignment acknowledgement and progress, and automatically send reminders for late assignments.

Typical RFP Issues

How many of these sound familiar?

  • RFPs take 10, 20, 40 hours or more to complete
  • Hard to manage content centrally, and offer access distributedly
  • SME's come and go, taking their knowledge with them
  • No easy way to manage time-sensitivity of content
  • IT and NetOps don't like to participate in 'your' RFP
  • They are usually due quicker than you would like

These issues make RFP's and RFP content hard to manage, frustratingly time consuming, and not much fun! You need a good way to inventory reusable content, approve it, expire it periodically, and share it with all who may need it.

What We Do

You will use to:

  • Create an RFP content library
  • Take content suggestions from the field
  • Assign SMEs as official approvers by category
  • Approve and Expire content
  • Create categories/filters to correspond with RFP sections
  • Track RFP progress, due dates, and outcomes
  • Share RFP repository with your channel partners

And that will save you lots of time, help you respond much faster, and manage progress towards your due dates.

Free Live Demos

A live demo is a great opportunity to see the solution in action and ask questions.

We would be happy to discuss your project and show you how to use to:

  • Create an RFP content repository
  • Approve and Expire content
  • Track RFP due dates, progress, and outcomes
  • Maintain users and user profiles

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