As you get started using RFP365, we first need to clarify some terminology.
This is very important, as we offer tools for both parties in the RFP transaction.
- Do you issue RFPs to potential vendors in order to purchase goods or services?
- Do you respond to RFPs from potential clients in order to sell them your goods or services?
RFP IssuersIf you are in procurement or are looking to purchase goods/services competitively, you are an issuer of RFPs. We offer lots of functionality to help you setup your RFP, engage vendors, and make some fact-based decisions.
For this category of Help topics, click here.
If you are in sales or marketing and need to manage proposals, proposal content, and resources…you’ve also come to the right place. You are a responder, a writer of proposals. Some people call these tools Proposal Automation. We prefer to call this Proposal Management.
For both categories, you can always go in and set up or register your organization's account at any time here:
**Important Note** - is your company's account already set up and are several of your colleagues users? Then you do not need to create a new account. Instead, ask them to add you as a user.