Choosing in Groups - blog

Choosing in Groups – blog

I recently read an interesting book by Michael Munger called ‘Choosing in Groups'.  Professor Munger is an economist, former chair of the Department of Political Science at Duke University and teaches (amongst other things) on how and why people organize ...
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Tips for Technology Supplier Transitions - blog

Tips for Technology Supplier Transitions – blog

Sooner or later, every organization that purchases technology (hardware, software and/or services) will be faced with the need to transition to a new supplier. No matter what the reason – better quality, stronger security, higher reliability, increased power, lower cost, ...
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Four Activities for Better RFX Outcomes - blog

Four Activities for Better RFX Outcomes – blog

Over the years I’ve put together scores of Requests for Proposals … and Requests for Solutions, Quotations, Tenders and Information. I’ve seen countless checklists, flowcharts and ‘cookbooks’, all designed to ease the process of soliciting bids from the open market ...
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Software Lists in Service Agreements - blog

Software Lists in Service Agreements – blog

Technology services agreements are complex documents and require significant detail in a number of areas. One integral component of any technology services agreement is software, which is being provided as part of, and which is being used in the delivery ...
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World Class Functional Requirements – blog

When looking to purchase technology services, an RFP is typically the first step in the development of a long term, mutually beneficial relationship. Developing an RFP requires much thought. Contract frameworks, project scope, timelines, budget, and performance benchmarks are just ...
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