Writing a great request for proposal (RFP) is a bit like penning a great song. You need to strike all the right notes so that your company and new vendor can work in harmony to meet your benefits goals. Too often, though, RFPs are too vague, too long, and put vendor relationships off key from the start. Join our one-hour session to learn the best tune, timing, and pitch to write a hit RFP worthy of the hall of fame.
In this session, learn how to:
- Craft RFP questions that focus on your organization’s clear needs and desired outcomes.
- Create the ideal timeline to meet your implementation goals.
- Infuse your culture into the RFP so you and potential partners can gauge a good fit.