Christmas in July: A New Video (and Templates) to Help You Through Your RFP Creation

Welcome back to Christmas in July. Hopefully, you’re caught up on our previous content from this week (that would be a big list of ServiceNow stats and our Service Portal Lookbook), and you’re ready to dive into today’s giveaway (hint: it’s an RFP template!).

The thing about ServiceNow is that when it comes to getting started, chances are you’re excited (and maybe a bit overwhelmed) about the transformation your company is about to undertake. For this very reason, most companies choose to undergo this journey by engaging with a ServiceNow partner, to help you with your implementation process.

That means the first step of your journey will be writing a Request for Proposal (RFP) to determine the best partner for your needs. So, how can you ensure that you’re choosing the right partner? With almost 100 ServiceNow RFP responses written (and won) in the past year alone, we’re here to help you build the best template to generate the best results for your partner search!

A RFP, specifically for ServiceNow services, allows you to gather information from multiple vendors to help you decide which ServiceNow partner will be the best fit for your implementation needs – and more importantly, your holistic Digital Transformation journey.

To help you get started on the process, we designed an RFP template based on our experiences answering them and engaging in ServiceNow transformations. Download the RFP template here and watch the video to learn more.

Over the past 6 years, we’ve seen RFPs change from tactical ServiceNow implementations to these massive Digital Transformation catalysts. The RFP process is more than just vetting if a partner can implement the technology. You want to vet if they will be a cultural fit for your company, if they see your vision and understand your overall desire for digital transformation, and confirm they’re also an expert in the “people” and “process” side of the implementation too.

Ready to jump in? Let’s go!