ProDash News Article


Company's software product released



Brevard County businesswoman, Carol Craig, has started another venture.


Craig's GCC Innovative Technologies LLC recently announced the launch of ProDash, a business development platform designed to help companies of all sizes automate the manual process of bidding for government contracts.

ProDash allows businesses wanting to bid on government contracts to automatically retrieve bid opportunities that are distributed by multiple mainstream sources in one location. ProDash takes request for proposals – such as FedBizOpps, GovWin and SeaPort-e – and automatically reviews them daily and matches opportunities to user’s interests. As it progresses, support documentation needed to complete the RFP response are pulled into the system.

The ProDash software then creates a structured pipeline for users to follow and track tasks while bid opportunities are being processed. All steps are recorded within ProDash, from initial RFP notifications to award selection.

“We have more than tripled the number of opportunities processed within a year of using ProDash,” Craig, owner of Craig Technologies, a $45-million engineering and technical services provider to the government, said in a statement announcing the start of ProDash.

“It’s simple to use and I know many other government contractors will benefit from it like we have,” she said.

Craig, a former Naval Flight Officer who flew in submarine-tracking P-3 Orions, is chief executive officer of GCC Innovative Technologies. She started Craig Technologies in 1999 and steadily grew that company to where it now operates out of a 161,000-square-foot facility - formerly known as the NASA Shuttle Logistics Depot - in Cape Canaveral. The company services private companies' space ventures, and provides other aerospace and defense manufacturing and engineering services.

ProDash partly came about as a result of Craig Technologies' extensive background and experience in bidding on government contract work.


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