When you search for a contractor for some service or work, it is recommended to prepare a RFP (Request for Proposal). Its complexity depends on the complexity of the task to be performed. When it comes to creating a website design, a detailed RFP is more than a half of the success. It should be substantial and comprehensible for the web development company to precisely meet your expectations. In this article, we will inform you about RFP, issues it should cover, and its main goals.
What is Request for Proposal?
Web development is a complicated process where simple estimation of the cost of works and materials is not enough. It may require multiple changes before the end result is achieved. From this perspective, RFP is exactly what can make this process easier. It is an inquiry that defines the timeframe and cost of your project.
When you write a web design RFP, try to make it as detailed and clear as possible to the extent the web design company is able to calculate the cost accurately. The more detailed customer’s Request for Proposal is, the more understanding he/she gains on the outcome and expectations of a project.