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The One-Page RFP: How to Create Lean, Mean, and Focused RFPs

Writing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a new software system can be complex, time-consuming, and—let’s face it—frustrating, especially if you don’t often write RFPs. The process seems dogged by endless questions, such as:

The SOC 2 Update — How will it affect you?

Is your organization a service provider that hosts or supports sensitive customer data, (e.g., personal health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII))? If so, you need to be aware of a recent decision by the American...

Does Change Have to Be Scary? Assessing Organizational Readiness for Enterprise Systems

We humans have a complex attitude toward change. In one sense, we like finding it. For instance: “Now I can buy something from the vending machine!” In reality, we try to avoid change as much as possible. Why? Because it’s frightening. Consider...

Planning for Enterprise Technology Projects: Five Easy Tips to Increase Your Likelihood of Success

It can be challenging and stressful to plan for technology initiatives, especially those that involve and impact every area of your organization. Common initiatives include software upgrades or replacements, such as systems for financial...

Negotiating Vendor Agreements – What to Look For and How to Gain Control

The setting… From time to time, every institution faces the prospect of acquiring and implementing a significant new application. Whether it be a Student Information System, financial ERP software, or a Learning Management tool, the project...


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