Whether it's your first RFP or your 101st, sometimes we end up staring blankly at our team, wondering if we've covered all our bases. Learn how to identify and manage sources of vendor risk throughout the RFP and contract review process.
About Natalie BeriganAs a customer success consultant at RFP360, Natalie helps clients get the most out of their solution and works with the development team to prioritize feature enhancement requests. Prior to RFP360, she spent two years as an account manager and consultant for the largest private insurance brokerage firm in the United States. Outside of work, she’s a fitness enthusiast who enjoys hiking, as well as exploring new bars and restaurants in Kansas City.
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