Request for Proposals (RFPs) are a necessary part of the sales and purchasing process. They help to narrow down competition for a service and help an organization make an informed decision about which company to choose. As beneficial as an RFP is they can hinder a process if not written correctly.
Often, organizations write RFPs that do not ask specific questions, or ask too many questions, making the decision-making process harder than it should.
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- Top benefits of partnering with an MSSP for log monitoring and mangement;
- Major items to consider before writing an RFP;
- Top 25 sample questions.