The scope of services serves as the foundation for an RFP, and it has several benefits for both the cleaning contractor as well as the client.
When a new management company took over the controls of a mini high-rise condominium building in Chicago, one of the first things the new manager did was review the current agreements the building had with its different vendors. What they discovered was the following: Most all of the same vendors had been servicing the building […]
San Mateo, CA – One of the best ways to understand why a cleaning proposal was rejected is to simply ask the customer. But very often, if the bid was submitted as a result of a request for proposal (RFP), customers will not or cannot share this information. So, in an attempt to figure out […]
It is very unlikely that private colleges and universities would be using history books—or even worse, textbooks on software or computers—that are more than a decade old. On the other hand, it is quite likely they are using requests for proposals (RFPs), especially for the cleaning and maintenance of their campuses, which are usually a […]