Parametric Price to Win (PTW) Analysis: When & How to Use It to Win More Work

When you’re looking for a ballpark estimate, an analogous (AKA “back of the envelope”) calculation may be all you need. After a quick look at the budget over the last five years, you can do a quick run rate, determine trends in play, and extrapolate those numbers into a rough estimate. Ultimately, this technique is […]

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Introducing Our New CA and PTW Tools

We are pleased to introduce to you some of the newest and most powerful solutions here at Richter and Company – our competitive analysis tool, competiRATER, as well as our Price To Win Tools, laborRATER & wrapRATER. While these new products use elements of our traditional services, they intuitively analyze general capabilities and solutions in […]

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Richter & Company Employee Spotlight: Avantika Singh

With over 15 years of experience in the government contracting industry as a seasoned pricing strategist, Avantika Singh has a deep focus and understanding of bidding methodologies, pricing tools and techniques, and possesses in-depth experience on cost/price development and analysis. Prior to joining Richter & Company, Ms. Singh was the VP of Pricing Strategy & […]

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Richter & Company Announces Chris Richter as President

With 10+ years of proven experience in business development and technical and analytical support within the public and private sectors, we are proud to announce that our own Chris Richter has assumed the role of President of Richter & Company. When asked about his new role, Chris commented: “I am excited to start my new […]

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Getting Personal | Meeting In-Person vs. Virtual Conferencing

I was sitting at dinner with my wife and daughter and as I looked around the restaurant I noticed something. Almost everyone in the restaurant was more engaged with their phone than the person sitting next to or in front of them. In today’s technology-driven lifestyle, it’s become easy do everything remotely. I can see […]

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