Website Request for Proposal (RFP) Template
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Here you will find free request for proposal (RFP) template for Website ready to copy or download.
You can use this template and follow the tips to compose a professional RFP that helps your suppliers to prepare their proposals and you will receive high quality bids with minimal effort.
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1) A brief overview of your situation and your planned website
This should be no longer than one sentence. Use this as the subject line when sending the request to the development companies.
2) Details and descriptions.
Provide a clear overview of your plans. A detailed request will result in fewer questions asked when running the request.
- Audience: Who will visit your site? What is your target market?
- Functionality: What does the website need to do? Is it an e-commerce site? Does it require payment processing or user signup? Please provide a list of functions needed on your site.
- Mobile: Do you need a native mobile app? What mobile platforms you need to target, e.g. Android, IOS?
- Technology: Do you already have a Content Management System? Do you prefer specific web technologies or platforms? Should it be integrated with existing systems or e-commerce platforms?
- Key dates: When do you plan to start web development and when do you want to go live? List the key dates and milestones clearly. You should also let the development companies know if the dates are set in stone or open to some flexibility.
- Design: Need help with creative design, logo or branding? Or you have a current website that needs to be redesigned? If you have some designs in mind, provide a brief overview here and add samples or sketches as an attachment.
- Budget and costing: Provide an overview of your estimated budget.
3) Mandatory requirements
State your mandatory requirements, e.g. past experience, qualifications, portfolio of previous projects and references, financial statements etc. Let the development companies know that if these are not met, their proposal will be rejected.
4) Overview of attached documents
List the designs, sketches, images and texts that can be found in the attachments.
5) Guides for sending the request to your suppliers
If you are planning to send the information to your suppliers by email, then take a look at this video. In two minutes, you can learn how to run requests faster and save up to 40% of your time.
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