Avoid the pitfalls of a poorly written RFP

December 10, 2015

As a procurement professional, one of your most important jobs is connecting business users with effective vendors. Read this article to learn the do’s and don’ts for writing RFPs that get the results you want – and need.

This article will help you:

• Get more focused responses from potential vendors

• Define your project so well that the whole team is ready to start off on the right foot

• Choose vendors more effectively when you develop specific selection criteria in advance

Read the article today and put these best practices into action.

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