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Requests for Proposals (RFP) are expensive for both the vendor and the client. This heightens your team's need to have a clear idea of what your firm is trying to accomplish by acquiring a new product or service. 

Is the problem you're trying to solve worth issuing an R...

 

 

As we stated at the beginning of this series, an RFP creates a clear historical reference to what a client and a vendor thought was needed at a point in time. Since the investment may be put on hold and then have to be re-started at a later date in time, an RFP provi...

 

As a vendor or a client, we have all, at some point, experienced a situation where the RFP (Request for Proposal) became a tedious process instead of an important tool for finding effective solutions to solve business challenges. Procurement should be the process. So...

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