How often do you hear complaints about a software development team who got the wrong idea about a customer’s project and ended up not providing them with what they expected? Now ask the developers what they think about it.
In fact, the complexity and scale of your project doesn’t scare professional contractors. What is much more important to them is how you formulate the task.
Practice shows that a well-written Request for Proposal (RFP) is a keystone to success. A great RFP results in a high probability that the work will be completed on time, within budget and to a high standard – and that the customer will save time, money and nerves.
The team of CactusSoft business analysts offers the following guidance to its customers on how to write an RFP efficiently and clearly for everyone.