Why location based services businesses use Offorte instead of Microsoft Word
Many location based services still use Microsoft Word or some other word processor to create their proposals. A previously created template is modified manually and then sent as a PDF. Sounds easy, but in practice this takes a lot of time, the chance of errors is high and you no longer have insight into your business proposal after sending.
With the use of Offorte it has become a lot easier and better for entrepreneurs. You still use templates as a basis, but now you have a full content library in which you can search and reuse texts. The chance of errors is minimal due to smart automation. And after sending you can still adjust your business proposal and you will get insight when your customer views the proposal. The modern interactive presentation options make an impression and the option to digitally sign makes it very easy for a customer to agree.
The following blog will elaborate on how to make perfect proposals with the right tool: Read more why Microsoft Word is not the best way to create proposals
If you’re a business that provides location based services such as navigation or GPS systems, our free sample proposal template shows an example of how to pitch your services. The scope of the proposal includes sections and allows for online signatures for faster sign-off. All of our templates are completely customizable to suit your company, your brand, and your projects.
Advantages of Offorte:
Better reflect the benefits of your service in a quotation
Invest now to save time making proposals later
Start sending better proposals with greater chances of success
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"Offorte is user-friendly software with which you can easily make a beautiful offer. Once the correct template has been created with the articles, you can make the most beautiful proposals in a few minutes."
Peter van der Wulp
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I see the formal language question appear in my inbox a few times every year. It is also a very legitimate question. After all, you don't want to hurt or offend anyone and certainly not in your proposals! Fortunately, it's not as difficult as it seems, just look.
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A business proposal example that can be used as a starting point for different target groups and companies. In addition to an open and modern design, the content is of course also very important.
You make a proposal by clearly summarising the benefits for the customer. Just as an accountant can give direction to the entrepreneur, the proposal gives direction to the collaboration.
Perfect accounting includes correct, complete figures. A proposal must be like the accountant's balance sheet: complete, error-free and customer-oriented.
Coaching is personal and completely customised, adapted to the wishes and needs of the customer. A personal offer to start the collaboration is a must.
With Offorte it is possible to fully implement a corporate identity in the proposal view, whether it is a colorful style or very dark, with the proposal templates you are flexible to adapt it to your business.
Busy days and complex schedules are part of a handymen company. Save some time by making your proposals with a proposal tool. You also immediately distinguish yourself from the competition and show your customer friendliness.
The playing field of marketing today is largely online. With an online proposal program you make the customer journey suitable and surprise your customers.
Travel agencies sell atmosphere and life experiences. The right interactive proposal stimulates the imagination and gives customers a preview of the journey to come.
View the sample proposal from a software as a service company that developed an app for the travel industry.
For a training agency, providing customisation is one of the most important aspects. The client must recognise himself in the proposal content.
proposals from web design companies count many pages where parts are always standard and a part is specifically tailored for the prospect. The Offorte content library makes it a lot easier to write a good offer.
Quality, price, advice, experience, knowledge and good service are important distinguishing factors for companies. You must make this clear when making a business proposal.
Why smart software is important for businesses in the location based services sector
Proposal software for Location Based Services is a must-have. You want to create proposals that clearly communicate your services and prove your worth to your audience. If you don’t have the right software, you can’t deliver the information your prospect needs. You want to keep things simple so that you don’t confuse your prospects and make them wonder if you can handle their business. And of course, you want your proposals to look good and impress your prospects from the start. Quoting and proposal software has revolutionized the way businesses handle sales documents. Instead of using a tedious Word document or even an Excel spreadsheet, companies are now able to use dedicated software to create quotes and proposals that are interactive, engaging, and full of great information.
A location-based service (LBS) is a service created for use on mobile devices that are capable of providing geographical location information to those devices. The term "location-based service" has replaced the term "location-based application", which was coined before GPS-capable devices became widely available. LBS are generally considered to be part of the emerging category of context-aware computing, where services can use geographic information (context) to provide a better experience to users. Examples of LBS include weather services that can report weather conditions in the user's current location, services that can inform the user of nearby attractions or businesses, or social networking services that can recommend people nearby who share similar interests.