A big purchase is looming. It’s an important one and is already keeping you up at night. Your software has reached end of life, and it’s time to address it. This is a huge, almost overwhelming task, but not if you get organized!
As with any big, detailed project, a clear process and structure make all the difference. What better way to organize a software search than with a well-written RFP? An RFP, Request for Proposal, is the solicitation of proposals from potential vendors and is used to determine which are best suited to meet your needs.
There’s no room to assume in this process. There are many companies in the same business as you, but you are all as unique as fingerprints. You have your own history, structure, processes, and wishes. That’s why an RFP document is the key to finding your best software solution.
How can you create the perfect RFP? Click here for some tips and the full blog post on Oil & Energy Online.