Business Proposal Templates

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FREE 50+ templates
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UNLIMITED users

Professionally written
Visually stunning
Ready to use
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Make that great first impression to win business.

Choose from our collection of well-crafted, professional, stunning, and vetted business proposal templates. Close deals, win projects, grow your business with Revv

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Unshackle your business from paying for every user of your proposal software. Revv gives you an all-in-one document management solution that's easier on the pocket and unbeatable value for your business.
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Drag & Drop Proposal Builder

Easily create an stunning proposal in just a few minutes without writing any code.
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Online Sharing and Magic Links

No download required, share online using live or snap links to collaborate on proposals.
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eSignature and Soft-sign

Choice of using our bank grade secure eSignatures or soft-sign (Accept/Reject) to get consent for your proposals.
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Activity Tracking and Notifications

Your proposals work while you sleep. Keep a track of who opened the email, opened the proposal, and signed it.
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Readymade Proposal Templates

Select from hundreds of ready-to-use proposal templates to save even more time.
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Form-driven Proposals

Use proposals as forms to upload information and attachments, reduce data scattered in email.
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Comments, Notes, and Attachments

Converse with your team and customers on the proposal itself. Attach all relevant information right there for reference.
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Collaboration-friendly Pricing

No limits on number of clients and users you can invite to the platform. $49/month is great value for any business


Revv Blog & Resources

Are you looking for a proposal software? Work intelligently and close deals faster

How to Write a Business Proposal That Stands Out?

Business proposals are document offerings to prospects. It is critical that you know how to write a business proposal that holds the prospective client’s interests.
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Use Revv, your next gen proposal software to automate sales quote process.

How to Create a Sales Quote Automation Process through Business Apps Integration?

Learn how to create and streamline sales quote automation with Revv through business apps integration – Zoho CRM, Zapier, and Google Sheets.
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Master the Order of Order Form (from Templates)

An order form is an agreement, a legally binding document that lists down products and/or services required to be bought, sold, delivered, and received as per the agreed terms and conditions.
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Brett Suarez
Salesflow Inc.

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Great software for proposals. Love the Feature that shows if the recipient had opened the proposal/document.
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Earth Insurance Agency & More Inc.

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Best Company....Amazing, Outstanding CST. Love!
Everything is amazing and the immediate assistance to any issues outstanding. The energy you receive along with service is incomparable.
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Luis Miro
Crawler Web Solutions

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Boosts Efficiency and production. I love how easy and efficient it is to use the software.
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Frequently Asked Questions and Resources

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  • What is a business proposal?

      The aim of a business proposal is to provide your prospective customer with an outline of the goods and services you offer. It is a marketing pitch that positions you as the best individual or business for a specific job, specific project, specific service, or specific product. It is a formal document created with the intent to secure business from a prospect.

  • What goes into a business proposal?

    • A business proposal will vary in content based on your industry and product or services you provide to your customers. The level of detail will change accordingly.

      However here are a few sections that most business proposals include:

      1. A stunning cover page, for first impressions matter

      2. A brief Introduction or Executive Summary that outlines the problem faced by your prospects

      3. Company overview, this includes details of your team

      4. Clients, social proof, and qualifications that build credibility and set you apart from the competition

      5. Products and services you offer to address the problem faced by your customers

      6. Pricing and charges for the services offered

      7. Terms and conditions associated with the delivery of the solution

      8. A space for signatures to formalize the agreement.

  • Is a business proposal the same as a business plan?

    • No, a business plan is used to seek investment. A business plan outlines the health and operating environment of the business to help make an investment decision.

      A business proposal is used to seek customers. It outlines your products and services that a customer will benefit from making a purchase decision.

  • What are business proposals used for?

    • Business proposals are drafted with an aim to convince potential clients to buy what you have to offer.

      Proposals with a defined structure and well-researched information create a powerful impact on the buyer’s mind and fare well in a competitive crowd. It provides the buyer with sufficient information to make the right decision.

      The exchange of a proposal between the buyer and the seller also helps to streamline the complex sales process.

  • What is the ideal length of a business proposal?

      1. What you are selling - A complex project might require a lengthier description than a specific job or service that may take only a few pages.

      2. Whom are you selling to - If you are selling to a new customer, you would want to include information like case studies, guarantees, testimonials, etc to make an

        impression. On the contrary, when an existing customer asks for a quick proposal, you can just provide specific information.

      3. The value to be exchanged - A high-value proposition accompanied by minimal information will drive the customer away. Focus on what information can be included and what you can leave out that doesn’t impact the buyer’s decision.

      4. Keep in mind is that the information shared should not confuse the customer, rather help them in making the right choice.

  • How do I write a proposal outline?

    • The outline of your proposal will rely on the information shared by your prospective customer.

      By focusing on the customer’s asks and needs, you can create a proposal that addresses their requirements in a more direct manner. This can help convince the customer that you are the best fit for them.

      Research your prospects well and create a tailored business proposal that closes deals for you.

  • What type of business proposals do I need?

    • There are six types of business proposals that can be divided into two broad categories -

      The first three proposal types are created to obtain a new customer. The proposal is shared with them irrespective of whether they have requested it or not.

      Research your prospects well and create a tailored business proposal that closes deals for you.

      1. Formally solicited

      2. Informally solicited

      3. Unsolicited

      Research your prospects well and create a tailored business proposal that closes deals for you.

      1. Continuation

      2. Renew

      3. Supplemental

  • Business proposal templates from Revv

    • Business proposals are crucial documents and in specific cases time-bound as per customer’s requirements. This mounts the need to create powerful proposals that stand out.

      Drafting a proposal from scratch can be time-consuming whereas the teams need to churn out quick proposals.

      This is where Revv comes into play. We have a template library consisting of a variety of vetted proposals templates ready to use. You can easily customize these templates by signing up with Revv and share it with your prospective customer with just a few clicks.

      Go through our template library and you might stumble upon the most perfect proposal for your business.

  • How can I create my own business proposal template?

  • What is a good business proposal?

    • A good business proposal is a value proposition that describes what the service provider brings to the table. How they can help the prospect or customer resolve their issues in the best way possible. A good proposal consists of information and plans explained in a simple manner that makes it easier to take the right decision within stipulated timelines.

  • How do I make a business proposal stand out?

    • Here are some tips to create a business proposal that will stand out from the crowd.

      • Make a visual proposal - Business documents can get very text-heavy. Try to include visuals like photos and snapshots, present data in table formats. This will hold the attention of the reader.

      • A well-structured format - Leverage vetted templates that provide a set structure that is easy to read through and understand.

      • Use simple language - Communication is key to win customers. One must aim to convince prospects not confuse them. Avoid using technical jargon.

      • Address issues directly - Don’t beat around the bush. Talk to the point. Don’t give unnecessary information to confuse the prospect or too little information which makes it difficult to make a decision.

  • What should be included in a proposal?

    • Proposals are usually drafted in response to RFPs ( request for proposal) sent out by prospects. Some prospects specify guidelines to share the proposal in a certain format. If not, then here are some standard components that must be included in your proposal

      1. Title page/Cover page - This includes the basic information like name of the proposal, prepared by, prepared for, company logo.

      2. Table of content (ToC) - The ToC helps to easily navigate through the document

      3. Executive summary - Lays the basic foundation explaining what is being offered, why should the prospect choose your offering, etc.

      4. Service offering - This component address the issue and how the service provider’s offering will help.

      5. Pricing - This is the key section that lists the pricing information about the offerings.

      6. About the company - Details about the service provider such as testimonials, similar successful projects, and positive customer feedback.

      7. Terms and conditions - The legal provisions that govern the overall agreement is mentioned under this component.

      8. Signature - This is where one will find the dotted line. The main aim of creating the proposal is to get your prospect to sign it.

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