A former developer’s perspective on low-code and no-code development.
Since establishing Future Processing nearly 20 years ago, we have responded to countless requests for proposal – some better written than others. But what we have found is that often companies worry about their RFIs and many ask for feedback. For companies making their first foray into offshore development, writing the RFI can be daunting, and understandably so. Bearing this in mind, here are a few tips I have picked up over the years on what makes a good RFI to understand to a supplier.
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