Though the RFP process dates back to the 1980's, things have changed, like technology, competition and the supply chain in general. But the goals remain the same; mitigating risks, and the stability of contracts.
When submitting bids you need to be clear about what you can — and cannot — accomplish. Equally important is leveraging the RFP process to cultivate relationships that will translate into new business.
In this guide, we'll show you RFP strategies to be competitive, mitigate risk, and build successful long-term relationships.
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