You can do so much with a professionally written and designed capability statement created by ClientCentric.
People who work in sales, business development and marketing will love using a capability statement to complement their win new business. A capability statement informs potential clients about who you are, what you do and why they should do business with you.
A potential client will want to know why they should choose you over your competitor. And the capability statement enables them to do just that.
Capability statements can be used by companies of all sizes, from small businesses to large organisations across all industries, including construction, mining, healthcare and so forth.
When tendering, organisations respond to invitations for other government departments to submit a proposal or bid to provide goods and/or services. You may consider using a capability statement as part of your tender application.
These invitations are formally referred to as a Request for Tender (RFT). A capability statement can be included as part of an organisation's response to tender. It demonstrates to the inviting organisation what kind of capabilities, expertise, and track record you have and specialisation areas.
The capability statement builds trust and credibility in your organisation.
You can also use a capability statement to partner up with other organisations who provide complementary goods and services. These organisations will want to know more about your company, how you work and what you have to offer. It's an informative, engaging and persuasive way to gain new business relationships.