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WEBINAR: Improve Your RFP Process by Avoiding These 5 Pitfalls (ProcurementIQ)
Tuesday 16 October 2018, 02:00pm - 03:00pm
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No organization’s RFP process is perfect, but continuing to make the same mistakes over and over isn’t helping anyone – not you, not your internal stakeholders, and not your current or potential suppliers.

So, let’s get back to the basics with 4 Degrees North’s Phil Bode, an expert on how to craft great RFPs. He’ll talk about 5 common pitfalls that are tripping up your process and offer simple, actionable solutions to get you back on track.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why effective communication is critical to avoid misunderstandings and rogue actions
  • How something as simple as version control can affect the perception of the RFP team
  • When and why to use old school checklists to keep people on track
  • How to maintain institutional knowledge across categories

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