Shopping for CLM software may resemble finding a parking spot in a full garage with your eyes closed.
If you don’t want to get locked in a contract with the platform hat doesn’t check all the right boxes, you need to clearly lay out your expectations and must-haves in a Request for Proposal (RFP). To save you time when screening vendors, we prepared a sample RFP template that:
- Outlines 130+ basic criteria to evaluate CLM software
- Helps you set your priorities straight and identify granular problems you need solved with CLM software
- Allows you to define the critical features you need and the questions to ask vendors
- Sets the groundwork for you to build up your tailored RFP on.