Template: Request for Proposal (RFP) functional and non-functional requirement questions for training management software

An example Request for Proposal (RFP)

So, you have a problem and you’ve realised that software is the ideal solution. You’ve tried search engines, review sites, social media, asking for recommendations and every other information gathering method available to you but you just can’t find what you need. 

It sounds like you need to go back to the beginning and collate all of your requirements and problems that you want to solve. Enter, the RFP (Request for Proposal)…

An RFP is a formal document that organisations use to solicit proposals from potential vendors or contractors to provide goods or services. The document outlines the project's requirements, timeline, budget, and evaluation criteria for potential vendors to submit their proposals. 

The RFP process enables companies to evaluate and compare proposals from different vendors and select the best one that can fulfil their needs at a competitive price.

To get you started, we've created a template sheet containing 100+ functional and non-functional requirement questions for your RFP to help you to collate all of your requirements and define the problems you'd like to solve.

What's inside?
  • An editable template of 100+ functional and non-functional questions for your RFP
  • An editable template for supporting company information to send across with your RFP
  • Key functionality questions to consider including in your own RFP
  • Process-related example questions that can be amended to suit your training operations
  • Tips for structuring your requirements with descriptions and headings