MSP Sales Proposal Improvement Techniques to Consider

MSP sales must always be optimized as new technologies and best practices become apparent. Regular consultation with SEO groups that serve MSPs in this area can be advisable.  

Sales proposals are some of the most important factors in any marketing operation. It’s integral you write them in as well-crafted a fashion as possible. The following tips are valuable to apply: 

 

Don’t Make It Hard to Read Sales Proposals 

MSP sales proposals aren’t written for tech aficionados, so they should simply express loss-deferral and value establishment. Ensure ease of perusal in sales proposals. This doesn’t necessitate simplicity, but it does mean getting to the point quickly with relevant data presented in ways that aren’t unnecessarily abstract.  

 

Design Effective, Expressive, Impressive, Communicative Titles 

People don’t have time to do much these days— or at least that’s how we feel. Titles should essentially be a condensation of the thesis explored under them. Think “archetype.” Inform that thinking with entertainment or interest value. 

A title could be humorous, but in sales proposals, a more effective approach will be juxtaposing losses and solutions. Something like patch pain point X with our solution Y and see Z benefits.  

 

Make Agreements with Clients to Speak After the Proposal Has Been Delivered 

Here’s the bane of any proposal: clients will get them, then never get back to you. Don’t send a proposal unless you’ve made an agreement with the client to discuss it afterward. Setting a date may be a “bridge too far”; but then again, this could be exactly what you need to do. It will differ per situation.  

 

Sales Proposals That Perform Better  

MSP sales proposals should come with agreements to speak with clients after proposal presentation, authorship conducive to reading, and titles summarizing important content in an almost archetypical way. Such proposals will be more likely to have the impact you intend, initiating conversion. 

Bryan Fuller

Bryan Fuller

Bryan Fuller has been the President and Chief Executive Officer since founding Contigo Technology in May of 2013. Contigo focuses on providing state-of-the-art technology coupled with superior IT support to local Austin businesses. In addition, Bryan works to ensure that he always have enough staff to deliver lighting fast response times for his managed IT services clients in the Austin area. He works diligently to hire and train all his employees but especially help desk agents and onsite IT services technicians in Austin to provide an excellent customer service experience to clients. Bryan is also concerned with the onslaught of cyber security risk facing companies in Austin and lined up the best talent and software to combat this IT challenge. Prior to founding Contigo, Bryan had leadership roles in software companies such as SolarWinds, NetIQ, CA. Inc, and XMatters (formerly Alarmpoint). Bryan holds a B.B.A from Texas Tech University.