If submitting an RFP please ensure that your attachment is a PDF format.
Wer're happy to receive your request for proposal (RFP) when the sought product (such as a database system) or service (web design or brand identity) is highly specialized or requires expertise and require more detail than a simple quote.
Your initial specifications for the product or service should be outlined in your RFP, and our proposal will look to address each point and provide clarity to the proposed solution.
The ideal RFP covers:
Clarity in the RFP allows us to set an initial plan into the future within our proposal, even if that clarity is that you don't have clarity yet and consultation is part of the process.
We will review your request for proposal and if we know we can add value to your organization then we will be more than happy to submit a proposal.