MONICA PATTERSON, Customer Success Manager at RFPIO
During a year that organizations are planning to respond to more RPPs and submit more proactive proposals, making the business case for a content manager is almost no brainer. While proposal teams can manage without an RFP content manager eventually the response management process, and ultimately revenue stream, will clog.
In this webinar, Monica Patterson—Customer Success Manager at RFPIO, and content management enthusiast—dives into how to build your business case for a content manager. Watch on-demand to learn:
- Why a content manager role is important to both small and large proposal team
- The tactical & strategic benefits of hiring a content manager
- Steps, and numbers, to help build your case to management
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