Is your RFP contain what is really relevant? Do you provide clear use case(s)? Are you concise and right to the point? Do you validate what the vendor says they have, when you view the system via a demo? An RFP is an essential component, but it can’t be the only one.
Too many people keep falling into the trap of what “not to do”, when finding a LMS. This guide should help them see that doing it the right way is way better than the wrong way.
There was a time that a 20 plus page RFP would answer all the questions and ensure that you found the right vendor. But that was then. Today, watching and asking questions during a demo, will enable you to send out a streamlined RFP.