Onvia Adds Interactive Section to Website
Sep 03, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Onvia, Inc., a provider of government business market intelligence, announced a new interactive section of the company website: the Onvia Government Market SnapShot .
According to a release, it provides prospects and clients a way to see the number of current state and local contract opportunities in their market and geography. With over 89,000 state and local government entities publishing contract opportunities, it isn't easy to get a picture of how much potential business is available; especially without dedicated resources to do the research. With the Onvia Government Market SnapShot, companies can get a look into how many contract opportunities are available and how many they could potentially win.
The scroll down animation on the site lets you pick the general industry category in which you work as well as the specific states in which your company operates to see the number of current open contracts. It also provides immediate numbers and information on: the historical background of contracts awarded, recurring contracts, advance notices of projects and agency spending plans for future projects. Finally, the Onvia Government Market SnapShot estimates the time needed to respond to bids and the percentage of the open opportunities your business can effectively address.
The company noted that the information in the Government Market SnapShot is current and timely. With the insights provided, companies can begin to understand what opportunities they may be missing.
According to Scott Merrick, Direct of Marketing for Onvia, "Knowing how many opportunities are available from the Onvia Government Market SnapShot is the first step for a company to focus on developing strategies for winning the business and growing revenue." The innovative animation along with the valuable information provided keeps you fully engaged. Merrick continues, "Winning government business is not just about responding to bids. It requires a thoughtful, considered approach including: doing the research on the agencies that publish the types of opportunities that match a company's product offering; targeting the right opportunities then building relationships with the key contacts within an agency; and finally, making sure the response is first class and showcases what differentiates a company from the competition."
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