This book describes a simplified selection process that maintains a reasonable level of due diligence, and which can be tailored to suit each organisation’s specific needs. Key stages described include: Defining selection parameters, gathering requirements, balancing costs against benefits. Creating the “long list” of candidates, then drafting and issuing a Request For Information (RFI). Forming the review team and using agreed criteria to determine a short list, Performing an in-depth investigation then making the preferred selection, Overview of next steps including negotiating contract terms, running a proof of concept, and implementing the chosen solution, Each chapter includes templates of documents that will be used during the selection process.
Subjects: Business, Technology
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