You’re a technology manager in charge of hiring an installer to implement new technology into your organization’s workflow.
The first thing you’re going to need to do is creating a request for proposal. An RFP is a document that outlines just what you’re looking for in a new technology. The RFP is sent out to prospective technology integrators, and they offer various designs and bids to win your project. It seems like a simple process, but that’s often not the case. Without the right information in the RFP, you won’t get the right responses in return.
We wanted to solve that problem for technology managers. That’s why we created the Ultimate Guide to RFPs.This exhaustive book includes over 230 pages of 19 segmented technology topics to help IT Managers better communicate their needs to installer partners. Order your copy today and take the hassle out of creating RFPs.