Proposal writing is critical for winning new business, but best practices are often stuck in the heads of individual team members.
Natural language processing helps proposal writers find and leverage the language of the firm's best content.
When drafting new business proposals, writers may research and rewrite information that has already been covered in past bids.
With no consistent way to search through older documents, writers are blind to the successful language they could use.
Natural language processing can scan past documents and help surface relevant language based on search queries.
Searches can return results filtered by factors like recency and success.
Proposal writers get a faster way to tap into high-quality institutional knowledge they might not have found otherwise.
Writers spend less time creating proposals from scratch and more time on higher-value activities, like reviewing and editing.