RFPs and How to Ensure They Succeed
How best to select your suppliers objectively and honestly, observing treasury management principles and best practices. This article describes the basic rules the you are recommended to follow to make your request for proposal (RFP) a success.
Proper preparation of the RFP ensures a (more) successful project, and is a way of avoiding nasty suprises.
- Definition of an RFP
- What is an RFP for?
- Composition of an RFP
- RFP Do's and Don't's
- RFI, RFQ and RFT
- Selection criteria
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