In our first article we noted that sometimes good RFP responses are hard to come by. We noted that there are a variety of reasons why this is the case, and tried to give some insights on what makes a good RFP. Then, in Part 2 of this series, we defined some critical requirements of a good RFP in an effort to help you write better RFPs. Before we move on to some best practices and benefits, we feel it’s important to consider the supplier’s perspective more formally. If you are going to be a “customer of choice,” you should present an “RFP of choice” that makes your business even more attractive to the prospective supplier. One of the best ways to signal that you are more than just a checkbook is to demonstrate leadership right from the onset.
Provider Secrets: Write Better RFPs (Part 3) [Plus+]
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