Over the years, we’ve helped many clients from many industries win tenders. Below is a selection of case studies explaining what it’s like to work with BidWrite and why our clients value our expertise.
Monaco HickeyMust-Win Construction Contract
Facing a complex and competitive RFT, Victorian-based construction company Monaco Hickey sought assistance to define their win strategy and articulate it consistently within their submission. Through fully utilising our expertise and support, Monaco Hickey has now acquired best-practice knowledge and skills to apply to future bids.
Since engaging BidWrite’s services, NSM has achieved an increased presence in the Australian defence industry, securing a $1.5b contract for the support and sustainment of two Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Docks and 12 LHD Landing Craft.
BidWrite provided Sea to Summit with tangible and practical assistance in an end-to-end tendering process including capture and pre-positioning, live bid management, and post-submission assistance.
A successful tendering process meant Sea to Summit secured a major supply contract to provide field equipment to support ADF personnel in Australia and overseas.
Following an initial National Prequalification Submission, Doval has continued to engage BidWrite’s services for support on more than a dozen prequalification submissions, EOIs, RFPs and RFTs, in which they have achieved a win rate of over 90%.
Churches of Christ in QueenslandGrant Applications
Bidding for funding grants in the community care space is a highly competitive process, made even more challenging when applications have tight word limits. BidWrite assisted Churches of Christ in Queensland to win Commonwealth Home Support Programme Growth Funding, by fully articulating the organisation’s credentials using tightly focussed key messaging.
To help make tendering a more accessible and realistic proposition for Tasmanian small and medium businesses, the Department of State Growth engaged BidWrite to present a series of bid and proposal workshops in Hobart and Launceston.