Creating effective requests for proposals (RFPs) is complicated.
You have to wrangle internal stakeholders, answer questions from vendors, and then find a way to determine who you’re actually selecting.
(Learn how RFP360 takes the headache out of RFP management.)
Fortunately, if you follow the right process, writing, sending, and reviewing an RFP gets much easier.
In fact, you can go from start to finish in just eight steps.
8 steps to successfully write, send, and review an RFP
How RFP360 can help
RFP360 streamlines the process of creating RFPs, gathering vendor responses, and selecting the best option.
“If you want to make an informed and objective decision, you need something to help you analyze vendors from a quantitative perspective,” said Kelly Ellis, director of administration and operational excellence at Piper Jordan. “RFP360 is the right choice.”
Learn how RFP360 can improve the RFP process at your organization.