Choosing to issue a digital signage request for proposal (RFP) does more than signal you are entering the market as a buyer. It communicates that you’re looking to forge a mutually beneficial relationship with a like-minded solutions provider. As such, issuing an RFP should allow you to separate the sellers from the potential partners.
One of the best ways to prepare for an RFP is to map out the obstacles and hazards that can disrupt your progress from drafting to dissemination to ingesting and vetting proposals. We’ve identified the five most frequently encountered pitfalls during the RFP process. They also happen to be the ones most likely to leave you wishing you’d struck a deal with a better digital signage provider.