Privia Reviews

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Rae McFarron | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Privia works quite well for developing workflows and processes within the Proposal Development process. It allows you to work offline with your documents without Web access. It allows security to be controlled on a very granular level. It allows you to quickly secure your workspaces and documents without having to work on an individual user basis.
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Danielle N. Silva Aceituno | TrustRadius Reviewer
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  • MS SharePoint,Power BI For Office 365
MS SharePoint is a great tool to use for smaller efforts - such as Task Orders. However, it is not capable of handling high volume efforts. Additionally, SharePoint does not allow for comments to be made without locking down the document, which is simply not ideal for review teams when multiple users are reviewing a single document. MS SharePoint additionally has a history of security issues from the back-end, and any user / subcontractor could find their way into classified information that should be better protected. As for Office 365, it is more beneficial from a senior management position. It allows for graphical representations and manipulations of certain data so that senior management and project / program managers may see the project / proposal in snapshot form. However, it may be a bit too involved from a proposal standpoint. In the end, I believe that Privia is definitely a better, more organized option when coordinating between various users and companies that not only protects the proposal, but also the company.
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Angela Snyder, CF APMP, ITIL | TrustRadius Reviewer
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SharePoint is Privia's #1 competitor. SharePoint is customizable, and provides much of the same version control that Privia provides. What SharePoint cannot do is allow multiple reviewers to comment on the same file at the same time with all comments collocated for author revisions. SharePoint's ability to be customized is also a downfall of the product - there is rarely a standard look and feel from one company to another. With Privia, the simple layout and folder structures are easy to navigate, and varies little from company to company. Another downfall of using SharePoint is the cumbersome number of 'pop up' windows one has to navigate in order to open a single file. As a document repository or shared drive ensuring version control, SharePoint is better. For proposal management and collaboration activities, Privia takes the cake
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Greg Barr | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Its been too long since we did our due diligence, I don't even remember the names of the competitive products. Privia stood out at the time and meeting users at their annual conference was a strong reference for the product.
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About Privia

Privia's bid capture and proposal management tools are designed for companies handling RFPs / RFIs in the public sector. Privia offers both SMB and Enterprise products and pricing starts at $29 / month / user.
Categories:  Proposal

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