Supplier Network Training for Planners

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Register for one or both of the webinars below. Each is led by a product expert and you will be able to ask questions throughout. If you prefer to learn on your own, click the On-Demand icons to go through a course whenever you want. 
   
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1. Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: none

In this entry-level course, learn how to create an online request for proposal (RFP), search for qualified venues, and send them your RFP. Be sure to create a test RFP (or two) then send a real one before beginning the second course. If 30-45 minutes of training isn't enough, you can reference the recommended how-to articles below. 

 
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2. Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: Creating, Searching, and Sending RFPs

Learn how to manage your RFPs by reviewing suppliers' responses, running reports, declining bids, and awarding a winner in 30 minutes. You'll get the most out of this course if you've already sent an RFP and started receiving bids. To learn more about any of the topics covered in this course, check out the articles listed below

 
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Need step-by-step instructions on a topic covered in one of the courses above? Reference the articles below.

Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs
 
RFP Tips 'N' Tricks
 

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Register for one or both of the webinars below. Each is led by a product expert and you will be able to ask questions throughout. If you prefer to learn on your own, click the On-Demand icons to go through a course whenever you want. 
   
NOTE: Not in the US? Request a training session that's more convenient for your time zone.

1. Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: none

In this entry-level course, learn how to create an online request for proposal (RFP), search for qualified venues, and send them your RFP. Be sure to create a test RFP (or two) then send a real one before beginning the second course. If 30-45 minutes of training isn't enough, you can reference the recommended how-to articles below. 

 
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2. Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: Creating, Searching, and Sending RFPs

Learn how to manage your RFPs by reviewing suppliers' responses, running reports, declining bids, and awarding a winner in 30 minutes. You'll get the most out of this course if you've already sent an RFP and started receiving bids. To learn more about any of the topics covered in this course, check out the articles listed below

 
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Need step-by-step instructions on a topic covered in one of the courses above? Reference the articles below.

Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs
 
RFP Tips 'N' Tricks
 

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Register for one or both of the webinars below. Each is led by a product expert and you will be able to ask questions throughout. If you prefer to learn on your own, click the On-Demand icons to go through a course whenever you want. 
   
NOTE: Not in the US? Request a training session that's more convenient for your time zone.

1. Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: none

In this entry-level course, learn how to create an online request for proposal (RFP), search for qualified venues, and send them your RFP. Be sure to create a test RFP (or two) then send a real one before beginning the second course. If 30-45 minutes of training isn't enough, you can reference the recommended how-to articles below. 

 
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2. Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: Creating, Searching, and Sending RFPs

Learn how to manage your RFPs by reviewing suppliers' responses, running reports, declining bids, and awarding a winner in 30 minutes. You'll get the most out of this course if you've already sent an RFP and started receiving bids. To learn more about any of the topics covered in this course, check out the articles listed below

 
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Need step-by-step instructions on a topic covered in one of the courses above? Reference the articles below.

Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs
 
RFP Tips 'N' Tricks
 

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Register for one or both of the webinars below. Each is led by a product expert and you will be able to ask questions throughout. If you prefer to learn on your own, click the On-Demand icons to go through a course whenever you want. 
   
NOTE: Not in the US? Request a training session that's more convenient for your time zone.

1. Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: none

In this entry-level course, learn how to create an online request for proposal (RFP), search for qualified venues, and send them your RFP. Be sure to create a test RFP (or two) then send a real one before beginning the second course. If 30-45 minutes of training isn't enough, you can reference the recommended how-to articles below. 

 
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2. Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: Creating, Searching, and Sending RFPs

Learn how to manage your RFPs by reviewing suppliers' responses, running reports, declining bids, and awarding a winner in 30 minutes. You'll get the most out of this course if you've already sent an RFP and started receiving bids. To learn more about any of the topics covered in this course, check out the articles listed below

 
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Need step-by-step instructions on a topic covered in one of the courses above? Reference the articles below.

Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs
 
RFP Tips 'N' Tricks
 

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Register for one or both of the webinars below. Each is led by a product expert and you will be able to ask questions throughout. If you prefer to learn on your own, click the On-Demand icons to go through a course whenever you want. 
   
NOTE: Not in the US? Request a training session that's more convenient for your time zone.

1. Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: none

In this entry-level course, learn how to create an online request for proposal (RFP), search for qualified venues, and send them your RFP. Be sure to create a test RFP (or two) then send a real one before beginning the second course. If 30-45 minutes of training isn't enough, you can reference the recommended how-to articles below. 

 
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2. Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: Creating, Searching, and Sending RFPs

Learn how to manage your RFPs by reviewing suppliers' responses, running reports, declining bids, and awarding a winner in 30 minutes. You'll get the most out of this course if you've already sent an RFP and started receiving bids. To learn more about any of the topics covered in this course, check out the articles listed below

 
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Need step-by-step instructions on a topic covered in one of the courses above? Reference the articles below.

Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs
 
RFP Tips 'N' Tricks
 

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Register for one or both of the webinars below. Each is led by a product expert and you will be able to ask questions throughout. If you prefer to learn on your own, click the On-Demand icons to go through a course whenever you want. 
   
NOTE: Not in the US? Request a training session that's more convenient for your time zone.

1. Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: none

In this entry-level course, learn how to create an online request for proposal (RFP), search for qualified venues, and send them your RFP. Be sure to create a test RFP (or two) then send a real one before beginning the second course. If 30-45 minutes of training isn't enough, you can reference the recommended how-to articles below. 

 
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2. Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs (Required)
Prerequisites: Creating, Searching, and Sending RFPs

Learn how to manage your RFPs by reviewing suppliers' responses, running reports, declining bids, and awarding a winner in 30 minutes. You'll get the most out of this course if you've already sent an RFP and started receiving bids. To learn more about any of the topics covered in this course, check out the articles listed below

 
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Need step-by-step instructions on a topic covered in one of the courses above? Reference the articles below.

Creating, Searching, & Sending RFPs Responses, Reporting, & Awarding RFPs
 
RFP Tips 'N' Tricks
 

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