There’s nothing new about requests for proposals (RFPs). Companies have been using them for years to source products and services. But sourcing information products is another matter. While RFPs are customary in government organizations and academia, in other sectors, information products are more often purchased through a process of discussion and negotiation.
Today, however, more companies are becoming smarter about consolidating their spending on information … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: Helen Clegg, Susan Montgomery | Sources: “information outlook”, “Kearney” | Subjects: Management, Productivity / Work Tips