Today’s business world is filled with competition. Whether it is a traditional project, large and complex project or for a specialized work package, Prequalification Process has become very common in the industry, as the Client is interested to review Proponent’s past history and ability to complete their project to success.
Prime contractors, subcontractors, specialized service providers and suppliers, know that a prequalification process has become part of business development activities in recent years. The prequalification process also allows clients to justify reasoning for selection of the proponents due to lowering risk, streamlining data, driving costs down and reliability to complete project scope.
This prequalification management course is offered to both corporations and individuals who have faced tough challenges in getting prequalified, participants will take steps towards making an effective prequalification response or submission.
Upon successful completion of this course participants should be able to:
- Handle each project scope vs. the prequalification process.
- Understand the intrigue prequalification questionnaire in the given context.
- Focus on response strategy, writing process, identify areas of differentiators
- Customize prequalification forms and your review workflows to meet your needs
- Reduce administrative burdens for general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers
Who Should Attend:
Private Partners, Business Development, Marketing, Sales, Proposal & Bid Managers, Engineers, Designers, Architects, Consultants, General Constructors, Contract Managers, Independent Certifiers, Bid/Proposal Manager, Subject-Matter Experts, Sub-contractors, Suppliers, O&M Representatives and Project Delivery Managers.
1900 Minnesota Crt., Ste 122 Mississauga
Nicknamed “Chanakya” (brain-behind) by industry leaders, Balarama Iyer has global experience and knowledge in social and economic, large and complex, capital projects development from concept to commissioning. With his extensive experience and knowledge in pursing over $50 billion in recent decades, Iyer is a 'boutique strategic advisor' for public and private sectors. He is currently Manager of Light Rail Project with Metrolinx.