Let’s call this Episode 4. This time it’s just me, Liz Flyntz, Director of UX, and Alex Asianov President of DOOR3. We discuss whether the ideal RFP (request for proposals) exists or whether the format is doomed to confuse and frustrate vendors, while failing to address client needs and clarify project requirements. We ponder existential questions such as: how are RFPs made on the client side? What are RFPs really trying to do, anyway? What if RFPs didn’t even exist???

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