The RFx process will essentially determine whether your strategic sourcing initiative is strong and successful or a total flop. The way you approach an RFx will not only leave a lasting impression on your potential supply base, but it will determine how efficiently you will get the information you need to inform your purchasing decision.

You want your RFx documents to read direct and concise. You certainly don’t want your work to come off as worthless documents to add to a supplier’s shred pile. We gave you the lowdown of RFP spam, but here are some best practices of how to avoid the dog pile and establish a connection with a potential supplier.  In this Infographic we talk how to maximize the RFx stage; we broke it down into two stages: the Request For Information (RFI) and the Request For Proposal (RFP).

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