Make sure you have considered Assumptions, Risk Analysis, Contingency Planning, Accountability, SWOT Analysis and the Expected Results.
A networking cabling, infrastructure or data center project may require topics regarding the Facilities, Site Planning, Infrastructure, Security Plan, Expansion Plan, Storage, Location Analysis, Diagrams, Blueprints, Equipment, and so on.
The size and scope of the project will determine how many topics and how much detail will be required.
A website design and hosting company might need to include topics like Project Deliverables, Storyboard, Features, Technical Approach, Production Schedule, Hardware and Software as well as a development and hosting contract.
You might use topics such as Hardware and Software, Equipment, Options, Scalability and so on.
Your specific business will determine the specialized topics and pages you need to include in your proposal.IT sales proposals will use topics such as Products, Services Provided, Customer Service, Benefits, Features, Case Studies, Guarantee, Price List, Requirements and so on.If you are proposing an internal company project, not only do you need to look good, you need to make sure your boss looks good too.As well as the entire collection of Records Management Toolkit documents for proposing, defining and managing an RM program.An IT consultant may use the Services Provided, Cost Summary, Project Summary, References, Certifications and Our Clients to start with.A computer repair and maintenance company may use the Labor Rates, Services Provided, Maintenance, Repairs, Hardware and Software, and Upgrades topics.A software company selling a multi-user license for installation and use of their process management software may use topics such as Needs Assessment, Features, Scheduling, Collaboration, Communications, Licensing, Reporting, Time Line, Accounting, Requirements, and so on.In complex but less corporate proposals, the summary is usually called a Client Summary.On this summary page and in the detailed pages of this section, describe your client's needs and goals and discuss the limitations or restrictions that may be associated with the project.The Title Page is exactly what its name indicates: a page with the title of your specific proposal (for example, "Proposal for Website Services for the Birchwood Company", “Building a Records Management System”, "25 User Software Licensing for USC, Corp." or "Plan for Updating MWP Corporation's Computer Network").Next, after this introduction, write the section that describes the needs of the prospective client.