RFP scoring isn’t high on most people’s list of favorite pastimes … but it’s far too important to ignore if you want to effectively evaluate vendors. Luckily, we've created a template that makes RFP scoring simple.
About Dave HulsenAs chief operations officer and co-founder of RFP360, David is responsible for ensuring clients maintain a positive customer experience as they engage with RFP360. He brings more than 10 years’ experience in the software industry.
While incredibly important, the RFP process is often complex and time-consuming. But with the right approach and resources, you can speed up the process and feel more confident managing RFPs.
To select the perfect vendor, you need answers to your critical questions, but how do you ensure you ask the right questions? It often comes down to whether you should issue a request for information (RFI), request for quotation (RFQ), or request for proposal (RFP).
Want to know a secret? Sometimes we don’t respond to Requests for Proposals, and several of our customers have admitted they won’t either. Why? Because sometimes the requests are terrible.
No one likes a phony, which is why we practice what we preach. We don't just build proposal management software, we respond to RFPs and write proposals too. And it would be pretty ridiculous (and hypocritical) if we didn't use our own platform to do it.