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Tom Lipscomb

About Tom Lipscomb

Chief Executive Officer at Atebion LLC Tom makes it happen...Each day, he focuses on long-term and short-term goals. As a result, he has a long history of making things happen. Obstructions are new opportunities for his business, in the form of new software and capabilities. Tom was raised on a farm and knows what hard work is, but was always seeking easier, faster, and better ways to do a job. This led him to discover technology. His first non-farming technology job was designing Printed Circuit Boards (PCB). After a few years he wanted to measure inductance on a high-frequency PCB, but found no software at that time on the market, so he taught himself computer programming. Software development and design soon became his new career. Later he managed software development teams via project/product management. Tom realized he could make a larger impact by starting his own company. Atebion LLC develops proposal and business development software tools to help you win.

Changing Technologies

Past Technologies The year was 1995, the year that Microsoft released the Windows 95 operating system, a major milestone in personal computers. Windows 95 gave nontechnical people the opportunity to use inexpensive computers for personal and business purposes. It changed the way we worked and played. In addition, it made Bill Gates the wealthiest man

By |2020-04-04T11:40:39-04:00March 31st, 2019|Categories: eZine, Regular Article|0 Comments

7 Steps for Successful Capture

The Capture process is more than identifying a customer’s requirements and objectives in a Request for Proposal (RFP).  Here are seven steps to help you develop your capture process. 1. Know the Customer Ideally, your capture process starts prior to the release of the RFP. It should begin with understanding the customer’s needs, wants, likes/dislikes, and

By |2020-04-04T11:57:59-04:00November 26th, 2018|Categories: eZine, Regular Article|0 Comments

Innovations: The Key to Progress

Innovations in our society are rapid and are often a source of disruptions. But to compete and win requires advantages over your competitors--to be faster, cheaper, and more accurate. These superior positions necessitate innovations to give you that leading edge, the winning position. On the other hand, continually doing tasks the same way year after

By |2020-04-04T12:10:06-04:00August 5th, 2018|Categories: eZine, Regular Article|0 Comments

APMP-NCA Chapter

The mission of the APMP-NCA chapter is to support our members in advancing their professional goals and increasing their capabilities to win business.

The APMP NCA Chapter maximizes member value by:

  • Creating an environment and opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, professionalism and application of best practices,
  • Partnering with industry, academia and government to unleash the power of capture and proposal management,
  • Providing a forum for the discussion and examination of problems, solutions, applications and ideas,
  • Disseminating information regarding developments in the profession, and
  • Attracting, developing and retaining leadership to ensure the future of the organization.

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