June 28th, 2012
Whether you are a business leader looking to outsource a specific project for the best value, or a product or service supplier who wants to write proposals that sell, navigating Requests for Proposals (RFPs) can be complicated, time-consuming and cause for stress. On the business procurement side, you want to ensure when you develop your RFP that you get the responses you need to help you make the right choice, at the right price. From the suppliers’ perspective, you want to put your best foot forward with a competitive but realistic bid, while showcasing superior quality and service, as well as the added value your organization provides. And perhaps it goes without saying, you want your proposal to shine brighter than all the rest so there’s no question you’re right for the job.
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