When the time comes to replace one or more software solutions in your tech stack, the process of getting your entire organization together to confirm what’s needed can be daunting. Writing a “Request for Proposal” is one solution to this chaos – a document your organization can send to several vendors, with all your questions from all your departments in one place. While it is true that this process prevents many headaches, it can also be a headache of its own if you don’t know where to begin.
That’s why we’ve taken the guess work out of RFP writing for you, with this simple to understand and easy to edit RFP template. This is a great starting place in your search for a new order management system, because it helps your entire team get on the same page before you spend precious time meeting with vendors.
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