3 Mar 2020

A request for proposal (RFP) should outline the exact needs and desires of an organization allowing bidders to submit their very best solutions. In his Forbes column, Randy Illig challenges sales leaders to advocate for RFPs that benefit all parties or be prepared to walk.

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