You have nearly finalized a huge sale. The hard work is done, the
customer knows what he wants, and the price has been agreed upon.
When you get the signature, it’s payday – but the deal can still
fall through. You need to lock it down with a killer proposal, but
building it out takes a lot of time: writing a cover letter from
scratch, copying in all the customer information and pricing data
for the quote, branding it with a customer logo, finding the
applicable terms and conditions, adding any visual aids and then
double checking to make sure everything’s correct. After the
exhausting process is complete, you still run a high risk of error
and the quality of the final product...
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