We believe that small business contractors should have the same tools as multi-billion-dollar integrators. That's why our pricing is simple, and always aligned with value. Mix and match user subscriptions across your organization. Say goodbye to annual contracts and opaque pricing.
Basic tools for broad participation across your organization.
Critical tools for your capture and business development users.
On-demand consulting at on-demand prices, for your strategic-focused users.
Our small business packages bundle the perfect mix of product and onboarding support to help assess current needs and plan for the next phase of growth.
Contractors transitioning from start-up to sustained growth encounter unique challenges within this market. Their revenue goals have outgrown their contract portfolio and they need to begin diversifying their customer and contract portfolio. For many of these companies, moving beyond their experience with a handful of customers seems like a daunting task, though future success depends on successfully navigating this phase. We designed our small business packages to cater to the needs of companies and help them bridge the gap between tactical and strategic decisions.
Are you monitoring SAM or have you become dependent on SAM? Understanding what is and what is not posted to SAM is critical for obtaining a clear view of your market. While SAM offers a great resource for identifying potential leads, there is a much bigger universe you're missing by fixating on SAM.
written by Jim Sherwood, published 02/18/2020
We've had a lot of questions about pricing for small business. Federal Compass is leveling the playing field Opportunity Tools & Marketing Intelligence for GovCon. Our small business packages bundle the perfect mix of product and onboarding support to help assess current needs and plan for the next phase of growth.
The Federal government has become one of the largest incubators for small businesses. A reliable and secure customer that sets aside a portion of the hundreds-of-billions of dollars spent every year to create a safe harbor for start-ups and growing companies. However, those gaudy topline numbers act as neon lights attracting newcomers and obscuring the complexities and nuances that exist within the Federal market.
written by Jim Sherwood, published 02/03/2020
The Federal Procurement Data System or FPDS has been a constant in my professional life since 2005. For the better part of those 15 years, I have spent some portion of nearly every day in FPDS.gov. Now here we are, only days away from the final curtain call for my old, frustrating sidekick.
written by Jim Sherwood, published 01/28/2020