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You can save both time and effort while you gather your city's exact requirements in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and create detailed request-for-proposal (RFP) or request-for-information (RFI) documents to communicate with ERP vendors during every stage of your software selection project.
An ERP for Municipalities RFP Template from the author lists all the functions and features found among all the competing enterprise solutions intended for use by governmental (municipal) clients. The template encompasses a complete list of functionality pertaining to:
Financials, Human Resources, Customer Care and Billing, Maintenance Management, Asset Management, Project Management, Quality Management, Analytics, and Product Technology
Regardless of whether your municipality plans to purchase a new ERP solution, upgrade an existing one, or assess whether the current system still fulfills the city's current needs, an ERP for Municipalities RFP/RFI template will serve as a key knowledge base and guiding document throughout your software evaluation project. By gathering all the features found in this type of software into a single shareable and customizable Excel-based document, the template makes it easy to review and prioritize both current requirements and anticipated future needs.
Once you've completed your review and have prioritized the features of ERP for municipalities software in the template's complete list so that it reflects the needs of your municipality, you'll be able to share the resulting document with any vendors of interests to you.
The template makes it easy for these vendors to respond to your RFP or RFI with detailed proposals that spell out the ways in which their software solutions match your city's needs and/or point out areas where a particular feature is unsupported or may require some customization work to be done at extra cost. This helps make sure you spend time giving serious consideration only to those proposals that closely match the requirements you've identified.
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