Method123 Ltd

Method123 Ltd

January 25, 2010 11:15 ET

Method123 Announces the Release of Their New Request for Proposal Template

LA HABRA, CALIFORNIA--(Marketwire - Jan. 25, 2010) - Method123 has just introduced their newest template offering to help you in your Project Planning process - the Request for Proposal. This new Project Management Template comes to you as part of their overall tool kit, which is available at

Businesses use Request for Proposals - or RFPs as they are often referred to - to identify the best supplier or vendor for their service needs. Depending on the type of industry, the RFP is often a critical tool in a company's overall Project Management Methodology. The potential suppliers need to know what you need from them so that they can turn around a proposal of their offerings to you. According to Method123, a big hang-up in the business-supplier relationship is a lack of accurate or complete information on the overall need which only leads to delays, confusion, and frustration for the Project Manager.

"Our new RFP template will step you through the process of telling your potential suppliers what you need and how you need them to respond in a proposal to you," says Jason Westland, Method123 CEO. "By using our template, the guess work is taken out of the RFP process. Vendors will be able to return a thorough response to you because they'll have all the information possible about your specific needs."

Method123's Request for Proposal template will help you:

- Identify your purchasing needs for suppliers to respond to

- Give information about what details you need back from potential suppliers

- Sort out the information to make the best informed decision on a final supplier

"Method123's RFP template is very detailed," states Jason. "It includes everything you need to successfully create the RFP to send to vendors. Our template gives you detailed instructions on completing the form, has pre-formatted 'fill-in-here' type sections, and even provides you with real life example information so you know what to fill in where."

For more information, visit their website at

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