Non-price criteria is all other criteria except for the price on a tender, bid or proposal. Generally, when submitting a tender or quote a company puts a great deal of thought and estimation into the actual price they are willing to offer for the goods and services or project the client may be looking for. Whilst price is important, when assessing tenders, often organisations will refer to non-price criteria to separate bids that have a similar price or are within a similar ball park.
Sometimes organisations are transparent about how much money they are willing to pay and the tender, is for the value that can get added to that budget. Either way, the concept of non-price criteria is very important. In fact, it can be the point that separates first from second in assessing tenders.
It’s no secret that foodies are posed as the authority of blogging, powerfully influencing a lot of people where to eat or where not to eat, based on personal experience. Surely, we can all agree that food is a universal love language, but the notion of blogging can be far more powerful.
Writing articles (or blogging) can be used to provide value to your clients, and assist with search engine optimisation (SEO) or as we like to call it; google juice.
Over the years we’ve assisted a lot of organisations with bids, tenders and proposals. We’re proud to say we have assisted clients prepare proposals that have been awarded a total of more than $100 million worth of work. Not every proposal is a winner, not every bid is a winner but there is some things we have noticed that increase the strike rate or increase the chance of success and we want to share these with you.
We would like to congratulate one of our clients; The Friendlies Chemist, for their recent introduction of E-Scripts.
We're often asked what makes a good website? The short answer is an effective one. The long answer is effective means different things to different people. What might be an effective website for a jewellery business is different to an effective website for a civil construction company.
Amanda is the talent behind the graphic design produced at Grey and Grey. With a Bachelor of Graphic Design from Griffith University Queensland College of Art, and plenty of years experience as an in-house designer and freelancer, Amanda loves pushing boundaries for our clients.
Your website provides an instant visual representation of you, your brand and your products and services. Whether you are selling online, or establishing credibility, there is a huge difference between having a good website and an effective website. That all comes down to actually understanding the needs and wants of your audience.
Rick from Aquarius had a very simple brief: we need a new website!
We developed a gorgeous website that facilitates online bookings for the property. By showing off the very best the property and Townsville have to offer, we designed a website that auto re-sizes from desktop to tablet to smartphone screen. Rick and the team at Aquarius on the Beach Townsville now have access to the site to manage the content, keep it fresh and add news items to assist with search engine optimisation.