RFPZone.com Debuts Request for Proposal (RFP) Search, Bid and Selection Process Platform

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RFPZone.com debuts multi business unit E-procurement web portal dedicated to domestic and foreign request for proposal listings and searches. Best of all, registration is free of charge.

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our sales model, coupled with our technology based solution, differentiates us in the marketplace and saves our stakeholders a ton of prospecting time and money in the process

RFPZone.com, the latest E-Procurement community, recently launched. RFP Zone’s innovative features are designed to make the RFP process more streamlined, cost effective and easier than ever for providers and vendors to connect. RFP Zone features RFP listings from both the private and public sectors. Currently, free registration is available for both vendors/suppliers and providers.

"We’ve applied the detail from our market studies and filled what we feel is a void in the marketplace," said Executive Vice President Nicole Kelly. “There are an infinite amount of business transactions daily. We feel that our sales model, coupled with our technology based solution, will give us differentiation in the marketplace and save our stakeholders a ton of prospecting time and money in the process.”

Kelly says RFP Zone accepts providers and vendors – both domestic and foreign – from sole proprietorships to multi division corporations. Kelly explains: “Our platform provides valid, current and easy to find RFPs for vendors to move their business forward. Also for most providers, it expands significantly on their existing approved vendor list and regional/local responses reach, which in turn garners more qualified responses per RFP and reduced costs.”

About RFP Zone

RFP Zone, headquartered in Las Vegas, NV, is at the forefront of the procurement community. Its board committee has a combined total of more than 40 years of business, financial, technology and entrepreneurial experience.

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