Creating A Proposal For Virtual Classroom Software Vendors
I like to think of virtual classroom software RFPs as an invitation. You welcome vendors to submit their proposals since they have all the information they need to draft a spot-on response. This simplifies the selection process for your team. It’s a win-win situation. The catch is that you need to include certain elements in your request to get results. Otherwise, LMS companies won’t know what you’re after or why you need their product in the first place. And you end up with generic proposals that don’t really address your virtual classroom training requirements. So, let’s demystify the whole RFP drafting process once and for all. Here’s a step-by-step look at how to write a winning request for virtual classroom software.
1. Outline The Project Scope In Your Virtual Classroom Software RFP
The first section addresses your project and company background. There’s no need to include your business’s origin story. Just give a brief introduction so that they understand your expectations, goals, and desired outcomes. The rest of the RFP will touch on these elements individually. You can also mention your current software and content format to prevent compatibility issues…