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Out with Requests for Proposals and in with Requests for Solutions

Original Source: Nearshore Americas

"Tom Young from Information Services Group helps explain why the days of the stringent, 1,000+ page request for proposals (RFP) might be numbered. For many CIOs and sourcing executives, the tried and true “Request for Proposal” (RFP) is no longer serving its purpose as executives wrestle with ways to more nimbly and more accurately communicate complex outsourcing requirements to vendors. We checked in with Tom Young, a partner at Information Services Group (ISG) to find out why the days of the stringent 1,000+ page RFPs might be numbered.

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