Typically, we write requirements when we’re going to create something from scratch: a website, an app, or a design. In some situations, however, requirements are prepared for choosing a ready-made but technically complex and expensive product, such as a learning management system. This list of requirements is called a request for proposal, or RFP.
Over the years, the iSpring team has received dozens of RFP variations, from one-page lists of essential features to documents in hundreds of pages full of diagrams. Based on them, we’ve prepared a guide on how to create an RFP that will help you choose the best LMS for your business needs.