This first part of our guide takes a look at when it is and is not appropriate to conduct an RFP, and is intended to assist you in determining your own strategy.
There are many variables to consider prior to embarking on the full RFP process, and you may conclude that proceeding to RFP is not the best course of action for the particular project that you are working on. This guide will help you stop and think carefully about the best way forward which may well include alternative, better suited routes to achieving improved end results.
Stage 1 – Initial consideration Stage 2 – Understand the category Stage 3 – Understand the typical drivers of the RFP process
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