No matter the size of the organization or the ﬂeet, request for proposals (RFPs) for products and services are likely a fact of business life.
At its best, an RFP can be a useful tool as the ﬁrst step to choosing a business partner, such as a ﬂeet management company (FMC). However, many times, RFPs are an impediment to ﬁnding the right partner with documents that are too long and too convoluted to serve their intended purpose.
In this whitepaper you will learn:
- How to avoid creating an RFP that will drive away good potential partners.
- The strategies to use to create an RFP that will get the responses you need.
- How an RFP is a two-way street.
- How to use an RFP as a doorway to creating winning partnerships.
By BBL Fleet