As someone who is responsible for answering RFPs, you know that they require up-to-date content, team collaboration and meeting tight deadlines. Learn about Qvidian’s latest innovations for answering RFPs in our RFP Management course. This course is designed to teach professionals like you how to use Qvidian to easily find answers, collaborate with subject matter experts and track the progress of your RFP project.
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By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Manage Microsoft Word and Excel RFP questionnaires using Qvidian’s Project functionality.
- Create and manage workflows to facilitate collaboration on questionnaires
- Build an RFP package to automate the addition of a cover page, table of contents, headers and footers, etc.
- $395 per participant
- New participants are enrolled each Monday, beginning May 21, 2018
- Course access is available 24×7 for four weeks
- Includes approximately 4-hours of course material and activities
- Interact with other participants via the course forum
- Get questions answered by the Qvidian training team
- Work in a sample Qvidian account using step-by-step instructions to practice everything you’ve learned
- Click HERE to register.
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