Choosing a vendor to provide you with products and services that fit your needs and your budget isn’t easy, but it is a necessary chore. Creating a Request for Proposal (RFP) can feel like a monster job. Ask too many questions, you have a response on your hands that can feel like a dissertation. Ask too few, and you don’t get all the answers you need to make an informed decision.
While price is an important part of your choice when choosing a vendor, we understand that there is so much more that goes into the decision making process: technical requirements, adherence to applicable statutes, product features, ease of use…the list goes on.
Take a look at our SlideShare 10 Tips to Build an A plus RFP for some best practices that will help you create an RFP that gets all the right questions answered the first time around. At the end, you can even download a sample RFP template to get you on your way!